Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Archive by 2009-07-17
Opposition approves parliament’s statement on Medvedev’s visit to Tskhinval 2009-07-17 17:06 Georgian parliamentary opposition agrees to all clauses of the statement recently adopted by the country’s supreme legislative authority on Russian President Dmitry Medvedev’s trip to Tskhinval, as Guram Chakhvadze of the parliamentary minority stated, New Region reports.
EU condemns Medvedev’s trip to South Ossetia 2009-07-17 14:15 Sweden, the EU’s current chair is severely critical of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev’s trip to South Ossetia.
Russian and Abkhaz Chambers of Commerce enter a cooperation treaty 2009-07-17 13:34 “This treaty gives the green light to Russian and Abkhaz business”, - Senior Vice President of Russian Chamber of Commerce Boris Pastukhov said emphasizing that the document “lays a solid and long-term foundation for support and development of small and medium business”.
Political debates in Georgian parliament postponed until Monday 2009-07-17 12:43 The political debates in Georgian parliament planned for July 17 are postponed until Monday on President Mikheil Saakashvili’s request.
Burdzhanadze accuses Saakashvili of unleashing political terror in Georgia 2009-07-17 11:52 Democratic Movement – United Georgia leader Nino Burdzhanadze accuses Saakashvili’s regime of defying democratic norms and using methods of political terror, as she expressed in her statement at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.
Alasania’s new party enters the struggle for peacemaker’s laurels
Leader of Alliance for Georgia Irakli Alasania has long been promising to establish a party of his own. Two months passed between the declaration of this idea and its implementation. During this period, Georgia has been shaken with the protest actions and criminal and political infighting. Meanwhile, despite the repeated realignment in the oppositional camp, the opponents to the current authorities never named chose a single leader. Eventually, the ranks of more than 20 oppositional parties were joined by another one…
The lessons of misunderstanding, or Who is going to protect the Russian language?
Russia and Georgia are in a state of unannounced war. Fortunately, there have been no more explosions and firing since last August. Still, each of the parties never misses a chance to have a dig at its opponent. Thus, the Georgian parliamentarians decided to launch a war against the Russian language. In the opinion of the ruling majority representative Georgi Gabashvili, the Russian language is dominating the TV air. The deputies are working on the law that will place restrictions on using Russian.
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