Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Parliament of Georgia has softened law "On occupied territories"2013-05-20 14:21 The Parliament of Georgia adopted in the first reading amendments to the law "On occupied territories," according to which the punishment for persons who have entered the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia was mitigated.
- Presidential candidates declare hunger strike
- Abkhazian President and Russian Ambassador honoured the memory of victims of August war
- Russian General killed in Syria
- Leonid Tibilov believes Ossetia will unite within Russia
- Cossack squads will deal with illegal immigrants
- Armenia invites presidents of all CSTO countries to take part in KSOR joint exercises
- US blame Assad for Annan's resignation
- Kabardino-Balkaria is preparing to the "Caucasian Games"
- Georgian CEC starts registration of observers at parliamentary election
- New presidential candidate in Armenia
- A Latvian serviceman deceased after military exercises in Georgia
- Barack Obama has allowed the CIA to help Syrian opposition
- Penn Schoen Berland: "Georgian Dream" leaves the ruling party behind
- Dispute between Armenia and Georgia around the brand "Cradle of Wine"
- Against depravity = against NATO?
- Georgia attacks the elements with rockets
- Against Khudoni HPP with God's help
Against depravity = against NATO?
Pogrom of the action against homophobia in the center of Tbilisi has shown how aggressive people can be when they know about support of the Church. But the assessment of these manifestations of religious fanaticism by the very GOC is ambiguous. Part of the clergy says that such actions of "defenders of the Church" can cause a lack of confidence on the part of the population in the institution, which, according to recent polls, is the most popular among the Georgians. The U.S. has already criticized the pogrom at the LGBT action. So is there a danger of religious fundamentalism in Georgia? And can it become an obstacle to the country's way into NATO?
Justice vs. cohabitation
Movement "For the restoration of justice" has held a mass rally at the Sports Palace in Tbilisi. The participants of the meeting have adopted a special resolution and appealed to the country's parliament with the requirements. Can the organization comprising more than 12 million people claim to become a "third political force?"2013-05-20 19:43
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