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Wednesday, January 17, 2018, #010 (4058)

President Vetoes Broadcasting Law amendments as Problematic to Media Diversity

Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili has vetoed the amendments in the Law on Broadcasting and stated the planned changes create threats to media diversity and lack transparency. (more)

Freedom House Ranks Georgia as Partly Free

The US influential non-profit organization Freedom House, which annually assesses each country's degree of political freedoms and civil liberties, has ranked Georgia as a partly free country. (more)

Former MP, General Found Assassinated in His Cabinet


NGOs Urge Gov’t to Accelerate Creation of Independent Investigative Body


Finnish School Will Open in Saguramo


The News in Brief

"Sixteen Polling Stations to Open in Abkhazia for Russia’s Presidential Election" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Georgia Makes First Attempts To Define Legal Concept of Harassment

In the beginning of this year, Tbilisi City Court ruled in favour of a journalist and actress Tatia Samkharadze, who sued her former boss, producer and TV host Shalva Ramishvili for sexual harassment. (more)

NDI Polls Reveal People Concerned More with Social Problems than Occupation


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