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Thursday, July 19, 2012, #137 (2653)

Georgian president touts party plans on social benefits

Our promises always come true, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said in the Gldani district on July 17. Speaking on the challenges Georgia is facing (more)

Report on child poverty raises awareness in Georgia

Overall poverty in Georgia has decreased, but 77, 000 children under 16 are living in extreme poverty, UNICEF says. (more)

Restoration work quality is questioned


Move to new Kutaisi creates unforeseen challenges for many parliament employees


The News in Brief

"Ukrainian alpinists die on Ushba" (more)


Party ratings indications

The elections will be held in approximately 3 months from now. But the election race is already gaining speed. (more)

Press Scanner

"Will private chatting be under control in Georgia?" (more)

UNICEF says that 77, 000 children under16 are living in extreme poverty in Georgia. How easy is it to raise children in Georgia and how should the government help children live in better conditions?
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