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Thursday, June 19, 2014, #117 (3140)

European Union looks forward for democratic run-off in Georgia

The European Union says the recent self-government elections held in Georgia on June 15 can be assessed as a further step in the continued democratic development of the country. (more)

PM: Low turnout indicates trust

Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili summarized the final results of the local elections on June 17. (more)

Fewer votes for Melia


Parliament initials AA in July


Election results annulled in two polling stations


The News in Brief

"Kakha Kukava may leave politics" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Balance and Counterbalance

There are two major political parties in Georgia: the Georgian Dream coalition and the United National Movement. (more)

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