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Wednesday, May 11, 2011, #086 (2354)

PM Gilauri meets UN Secretary General and Turkish officials in Istanbul

Georgian Prime Minister, Nika Gilauri met Turkish high rank officials and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon in Istanbul (more)

Tourism boom in Georgia expected to continue

Manana Manjgaladze, the President Mikheil Saakashvili’s spokesperson, shared Governmental plans for the upcoming touristic season (more)

Moderate opposition bemoan election deficiencies


"Paradigms of American Architecture"


The News in Brief

"Nino Burjanadze – I think Government will not peacefully receive 26 May Parade" (more)


May: the month of promised revolutions

The Georgian opposition is divided. It is not only divided into two parts with those driven towards election improvement and the other focused on revolution. (more)

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"Police will not dare to break up the demonstration" (more)

Do you think a revolution will happen in Georgia? If yes, who will make it happen?
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