ISFED, Georgian Young Lawyers' Association and Transparency International - Georgia have released a joint statement. According to them, despite a number of statements of the NGOs, the Central Election
Did you directly instruct Tea Tsulukiani to commit a crime against the country and send a letter to the Hague Court to launch
Heavy raining is expected in Georgia on November17. Snowfall is also in forecast in the mountainous areas.
Everybody shown on the billboards share the responsibility for Georgia's tomorrow - this is the main message, - Vice-Speaker Gia Volski said.
According to Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze, the National Movement decided to attack the Georgian Armed Forces and its unity by
The Power is in Unity movement will sue the Central Election Commission regarding the appointment of the election day on a working day.
Levan Bezhashvili, member of the National Movement, told InterPressNews that the opposition will file a lawsuit today
10 583 022 GEL will be allocated for the second round of the presidential elections, according to the statement of the Central Election Commission.
Transparency International Georgia is going to appeal against the decision of the Central Eelection Commission, according to which,
I am coming back against the National Movement, - one of the former leaders of Free Democrats, Irakli Chikovani, said on TV Pirveli.
Presidential candidate of the United Opposition, Grigol Vashadze, demands dismissal of Justice Minister Tea Tsulukiani and Foreign Minister Davit Zalkaliani.
Rescuers have found the bodies of a young woman and her infant in the ruins of the building, collapsed as a result of a gas explosion in Zemo Ponichala settelement
The new billboards with photos of the “Georgian Dream” leaders are the part of a new strategy of the ruling party, - the “Georgian Dream” said in a statement
The civilized society supports Georgia and calls on the Russian Federation to immediately stop illegal actions, - Minister of Foreign Affairs Davit
Bidzina Ivanishvili is actively involved in the election campaign and there is nothing special about it, - Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said while replying