Thursday, 27 April 2017
Archive by 2009-09-14
Laborites celebrated the beginning of new studying year with an action 2009-09-14 17:05 Leaders of Labor party held a meeting near the building of Ministry of Education.
Azerbaijan's ecology ministry releases results of monitoring in Kura, Aras Rivers 2009-09-14 15:52 The level of contamination of the Azerbaijani Transboundary Rivers by Georgia and Armenia exceeds the norm.
Bourjanadze: the autumn won’t be easy for the government 2009-09-14 15:10 “We think about continuing protest actions and changing the government in a peaceful political way"- Bourjanadze mentioned- "If a peaceful change government doesn’t happen, it will be very bad not only for the government, but for all citizens of the country as well”.
Poland granted financial aid to Georgia 2009-09-14 12:51 Poland allocated 5,5mln euro as the aid for development of Georgia till 2010, informed Marek Zyulkovskiy, the director of cooperation development department of the Foreign Ministry of Poland.
Citizens of Georgia demand revolution from opposition 2009-09-14 11:46 Only 5,72 percent of respondents declared for negotiations with government, when they were asked what are their demands from opposition. 30,06 percent declared for continuing the protest actions against regime. 12,62 percent vote for strengthening of parliamentary opposition, other respondents didn’t form their position.
A schoolbag from Saakashvili
Today, it is the first day of a new school year in the Georgian public (state) schools. In the context of the event, the authorities decided to please the teachers by increasing their salary and the parents by renovating the school buildings. However, there are still a lot of problems in the field of education. For instance, the Laborites are demanding free schoolbooks and the introduction of the subject of Religion depending on the pupils’ confession.
CanArgo oil trace in Georgia
Rights defenders are back to CanArgo Georgia (USA) compensation to Sagarejoy district residents. The oil spill five years ago is still affecting people’s health and the court is not impartial conducting the investigation as the Human Rights Protection Center believes. The company assured GeorgiaTimes of being ready to conduct new ecological expertise and denies putting pressure on judicial bodies.2009-09-14 15:39
Mukhrovani case. Wrongfully Accused?
The Mukhrovani mutiny case takes an unexpected turn. It became known that the majority of the participants of the mysterious rebellion had acknowledged their guilt. In the wake of the incident Georgia’s president put all the blame for the events onto Russia. What does this “repentance of the suspects” mean? Does it mean opposition leaders will be the next to sit in the prisoners’ box? And will Russia be thundered again? Gela Nikoleishivili, the suspects’ defender and Georgy Melitauri, a Georgian military expert, answer GeorgiaTimes questions.
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