Friday, 21 October 2016
Archive by 2010-06-03
Georgian Laborites to struggle with colonialism 2010-06-03 18:15 In Natelashvili's opinion, Georgia is still in the gripe of imperialism and colonialism it’s feeling from the side of Russia and USA.
Internet-polling for analog of Kutaisi Memorial started 2010-06-03 17:29 According to the press service of the organisation “to make polling run in objective and non-biased manner, works will be presented without names, under numbers they were given entering the contest.”
Birth rate in Georgia increased 2010-06-03 16:27 Birth rate in Georgia in 2009, in comparison to 2008. increased by 12 per cent, and amounted 63 377 people – Georgia Times correspondent.
Police found EUR 2 mln dug in Georgian settlement 2010-06-03 16:04 In settlement Geguti [Tskhaltubi region, Georgia] a policeman found 2 million euro dug in soil. The money was found in the greenhouse of Bochorishvili family.
CEC finished counting of votes 2010-06-03 15:41 NGOs submitted a number of claims in regard to violations in the elections; 4 now considered, none satisfied - Georgia Times correspondent.
Russian military, found dead in South Ossetia, committed a suicide 2010-06-03 14:38 According to the present-day data, the border guard of the Armed Forces of Russia deployed in Akhalgoru region of South Ossetia, killed himself shooting in own head from a government-issue handgun. Investigation continues.
Another activist left the Alliance for Georgia 2010-06-03 12:55 Koka Guntsadze, left the union following the ex-ombudsman Sozar Subari. Previously he was one of the active members of For Free Georgia, ex-Minister of Defense Irakli Okruashvili's party, and before had been a member of New Rights movement - Georgia Times correspondent.
Georgian opposition regrouping forces 2010-06-03 12:36 The approximation of positions of three “irreconcilable opposition “parties can lead to their unification, the VZGLYAD reports citing to Georgian mass media. These three parties are the ones headed by ex-Speaker Nino Burjanadze; ex-presidential candidate Levan Gachechiladze; and ex-Minister of Defense, Internal Affairs, and Economic Development Irakli Okruashvili.
Imedi can be purchased by a Ukrainian PR company 2010-06-03 11:56 Imedi, the Georgian TV channel, can be purchased by a Ukrainian company, Kavkaz- Press says citing to own sources.
U.S. Department of State is content with elections in Georgia 2010-06-03 11:05 USA is content with the process of elections in Georgia, though admit violations occurred – RIA Novosti.
Washington slapped Saakashvili’s wrist
The United States of America have commented upon the outcome of the local elections in Georgia. US Assistant Secretary of State Philip Crowley underlined that despite the positive tendencies in the organization of the elections, significant drawbacks that need to be eliminated in future were revealed in the course of the electoral process. Has Georgia passed the “democracy test”, in Washington’s opinion?
South Ossetian Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on some media not to heat up the situation and stop provoking media space with false statements made by officials of this Transcaucasian republic. The Foreign Ministry refutes information that President Erward Kokoyty urges to use force against Israel that attacked Freedom Flotilla. Who needs this kind of fake?
Are the early elections coming?
The Georgian opposition is not going to put up with the results of the local elections. Leader of the Democratic Party – United Georgia Nino Burdzhanadze has stated that on May 30, the Georgian government has officially announced the projected outcome of the elections, so long as the electoral process turned out to be something of a farce rather than a problem solving tool. Burdzhanadze called upon the Georgian oppositional front to continue the struggle, which victory would mean early presidential and parliamentary elections. Will her initiative be supported by the country’s opposition?2010-06-03 00:05
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