Council of Europe: statement of the international observers on Georgian elections

The FINANCIAL — Fundamental freedoms respected in competitive Georgian elections, but allegations of pressure and blurring of line between party and state reduced confidence, international observers say.  Georgia’s parliamentary elections were competitive and, overall, fundamental freedoms were respected. Nevertheless, pervasive allegations of…

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New bill on the way as Georgia ranks 50th by air pollution caused deaths

The FINANCIAL — As part of the Parliamentary Platform for Sustainable Transport, the Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Committee held the first working meeting which was composed of the Committee Chair Nino Tsilosani, representative of partner NGOs and experts. Committee held the meeting…

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Georgia reintroduces COVID-19 restrictions as cases surge

The FINANCIAL — Today, on September 9, Georgian authorities announced about reintroducing several restrictions as the number of active cases surpassed 400. This is the highest since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in February. Public and ritual events, including birthdays, weddings and…

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