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Archive by 2011-05-23
Bakradze: Everyone must obey the law 2011-05-23 19:22 According to the Chairman of Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, Georgia is no longer the state where anyone can output beyond the Constitution.
«National Assembly» calls for live broadcasting 2011-05-23 19:16 Representatives of the opposition «National Assembly» released today new requirements for the Georgian Public Broadcasting (GPB).
The events in Georgia may be unpredictable, says Russian expert 2011-05-23 18:42 According to Russian expert and political analyst Sergei Markov, the events in Georgia may lead to unpredictable consequences.
Okruashvili addressed the nation with a new appeal 2011-05-23 18:04 Former Georgian Defense Minister, now living in France - Irakli Okruashvili has appealed to the people of Georgia for not to remain neutral.
Kalandadze: The political situation in Georgia is stable 2011-05-23 16:19 According to Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze, the current protests is not out of the ordinary.
Georgian opposition blames journalists on being government spies 2011-05-23 15:33 Irakli Batiashvili, one of the leaders of the Georgian opposition movement « National Assembly», which organizes protests in different cities of Georgia, has accused some journalists of provocations.
Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia urged people to remain calm 2011-05-23 14:58 Last weekend the head of the Georgian Church, Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia II made an appeal to the people of Georgia to remain calm and peace.
Trump giving Mishiko the sack
According to expectations, Georgia’s attempt to get the better of billionaire Donald Trump has failed. It turns out that it is Sakartvelo that must shoulder the Trump Tower ambitious project implying the construction of high buildings in Batumi. It is reported that the “raising of funds” for the skyscrapers has not even been started yet. There is no detailed information as to where 250 million dollars for two skyscrapers will be found but it is absolutely clear the money will not be provided by the American tycoon.
Abkhazia and South Ossetia don’t want to buy independence
Non-recognition of Abkhazia’s and South Ossetia’s sovereignty has been the cornerstone of Georgia’s foreign policy in the past few years. Refusing to acknowledge obvious loss of control over two republics, official Tbilisi is trying to blacken the authorities of both new states. The countries that approve of their desire to acquire independence are defamed too.
Georgia sells women’s bodies
Tender friendship between Georgia and Turkey, as it is presented, is constantly overclouded by all kinds of sad incidents like Sergey Bagapsh’s visit to Ankara where he was received at a high level, or detentions of Georgian citizens illegally crossing the Turkish-Georgian border. Despite repeated calls of the authorities to stop bringing the country to shame, people obstinately leave for Europe. Today’s news is the limit: it turns out that a Georgian company sells Georgian women to Turkey.
Europe turns back on Tbilisi
Official Tbilisi seizes any opportunity to prove it loyalty to Western democracy principles and the fact that Georgia’s main obstacle on the way to triumph of democratic ideals is intriguing Moscow. For a long time the West didn’t mind Saakashvili’s anti-Russian rhetoric. Everything changed drastically after the military adventure in August 2008. Now the EU and the States start realizing that Georgia’s pursuit of democracy is hampered by the cabal of Georgia’s untalented leader.
Saakashvili climbing an armored car
Georgia is pondering over creating its own weapon. On May 26, during a parade dedicated to the Independence Day in the republic, the Ministry of Defense is going to submit a new armored car Didgori made in Sakartvelo to public approval. So far, the combat characteristics of the car are kept secret; however, GeorgiaTimes correspondent contacted the head of the Center of Military Forecast at the Institute of Political and Military Analysis Anatoliy Tsyganok and First Vice President of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems Konstantin Sivkov and asked them to appraise Didgori’s potential and2011-05-23 11:34
Europe shelved Mishiko
Georgia wants the European Union to act as a mediator between itself and Russia. But before the mechanisms of Moscow-Tbilisi interaction are defined, Europeans decided to encourage a productive dialogue between Sakartvelo’s authorities and the opposition. The sticking point is the electoral legislation, for Mikhail Saakashvili and his government are not interested in changing anything. On the other hand, EU is rapidly reconsidering its attitude towards the split-off republics, Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Considering the situation, the Georgian leader will have to sacrifice something in prejudice of his interests.
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