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Friday, May 29 2009, #098 (1864)

Georgia slams UN report

The UN Secretary General’s report on the situation in Georgia is a “step backwards” from his previous reports on the same issue, stated the Georgian envoy to NATO on May 28. (more)

Opposition blockades Mayor’s Office

The more radical opposition parties have announced that they are planning to picket strategic facilities and will continue holding daily rallies demanding President Saakashvili’s resignation. (more)

Political crisis in Georgian breakaway regions


UNDP helps Georgian professionals


The News in Brief

"Georgian Patriarch congratulates Georgian people on Ascension Day" (more)


What comes after May 26?

May 26 was yet another turning point in the confrontation between the administration and the non-Parliamentary opposition. (more)

Press Scanner

"Bejan Gunava has left the Conservative Party" (more)

Do you think the opposition has chosen the right strategy by adopting several action plans?
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