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Monday, April 1, 2024, #060 (5621)

President Zourabichvili Criticizes Foreign Ministry's Handling of Polling Stations Abroad

The President of Georgia met with representatives from the CEC, the Public Defender, NGOs, and the EU Embassy to discuss the possibility of enabling citizens living abroad to vote. (more)

Prime Minister Kobakhidze Accuses President Zourabichvili of Sabotaging Elections

The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Kobakhidze, responded to President Salome Zourabichvili's criticism of the Foreign Ministry regarding the opening of polling stations abroad and stated that Zourabichvili has no 'moral right' to speak about the elections. (more)

The News in Brief

"Chairman Papuashvili Vows Parliament's Action Against Unjust Attacks on Court and State" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

How Well Will Minor Parties Do at Elections?

Today, in Georgian politics, it is considered that there are four opposition political unions, which have the opportunity to overcome the 5% electoral threshold. (more)

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