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Thursday, May 24, 2012, #097 (2613)

Constitutional changes rankle opposition

The leader of the Georgian Dream political coalition Bidzina Ivanishvili has requested that President Mikheil Saakashvili not sign the constitutional changes passed by the parliament. (more)

Critical response on Chamber of Control’s latest actions

The Monitoring Department of the Chamber of Control, which is now obliged to monitor the finances of Georgian political parties, issued a conclusion concerning the violation of the new law. (more)

Tugushi: Proposed constitutional changes discriminatory


Handicraft studio opening for IDPs


The News in Brief

"Spain to open its embassy in Georgia" (more)


Georgian elections and foreign policy

Government officials have attributed Georgia’s perceived success at the Chicago NATO summit to the country’s successful foreign policy. (more)

Press Scanner

"It was not voluntary step " (more)

What do you think of Bidzina Ivanishvili's refusal in taking part in the elections as the citizen of a European state?
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