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Wednesday, March 22, 2017, #056 (3848)

President vetoes bill

President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili has vetoed the majority-offered surveillance bill, stressing that the draft law does not adhere to the demand of the country’s Constitutional Court, ... (more)

Prosecutor’s Office accused of fulfilling Gov’t orders

The parliamentary opposition parties are accusing the Prosecutor’s Office of fulfilling the demands of the government and the country’s former prime minister, billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili. (more)

Tbilisi Mayor presents 2016 Report


Strong wind causes problems in Georgia


The News in Brief

"Four More Countries Reject Abkhazia Polls" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

“Police never put drugs in someone’s pocket”

Georgia’s Interior Minister, Giorgi Mgebrishvili, has responded to several accusations aimed at law enforcement officers and stressed that the 'current police' never deliberately put drugs in anyone's pocket with the purpose of detaining them. (more)

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