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Human Rights Watch: The use of force in Georgia was excessive 2011-05-26 18:36 Experts of international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) considered excessive and unjustified the use of force to disperse protesters last night on Rustaveli Avenue in centere of Tbilisi.
Russian Foreign Ministry hopes for objective assessment of the actions of Saakashvili 2011-05-26 17:57 Russian Foreign Ministry hopes that the international community will give an adequate assessment of the regime of President Saakashvili on the disperse of the opposition.
Zatulin: The aim of the Georgian opposition is to drag the West on its side 2011-05-26 17:17 According to Russian politician, a member of the Duma Committee on CIS Affairs and Relations with Compatriots Konstantin Zatulin, the events of the last night in Tbilisi, showed that a new revolution in Georgia, where the power has never changed legally in modern history, may cause serious casualties among the civilian population.
Bass urged the Georgian authorities to investigate thoroughly the tragedy at the center of Tbilisi 2011-05-26 16:36 The U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Bass urged authorities of Sakartvelo to investigate the facts of abuse of power during the disperse of opposition protests in the night of May 26 in the centre of Tbilisi.
Georgian Minister of Culture: Kremlin is guilty of everything! 2011-05-26 15:54 Kremlin is guilty of everything! Severe slogans of the "National Assembly" is a sabotage which was planned in the Kremlin.
In Georgia, a telephone conversation of Burjanadze with her son was promulgated 2011-05-26 15:21 The law enforcement agencies of Sakartvelo have promulgated a record of a telephone conversation of the leader of the «Democratic Movement» Nino Burjanadze with her son Anzor Bitsadze.
Georgian Interior Ministry: 90 protesters are indicted in Tbilisi 2011-05-26 14:40 According to the new information released by the head of information-analytical department of the Georgian Interior Ministry Shota Utiashvili, about 90 protesters of the oppositional «National Assembly», which held the unauthorized action of protest in the night of May 26 in the center of the Georgian capital, were indicted.
Saakashvili's condolences to the families of people killed during dispersal of the demonstrators 2011-05-26 14:11 The head of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili expressed his condolences to the families of people killed during dispersal of the demonstrators in Tbilisi last night.
In Tbilisi, the police dispersed the demonstrators 2011-05-26 13:33 Last night, around midnight, the law enforcement agencies of Georgia made a statement to the media: police has freed the center of Tbilisi after the protest actions of the «National Assembly» became unauthorized.
Saakashvili cannot be like Putin
Head of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili has again changed his name. Now he is called Mikheyl, which makes him one more step closer to the long-desired Michael. However, that’s not the president’s only achievement. He gave an interview to the Ukrainian television where he laconically and clearly described his political future, explained how deeply mistaken everyone is about the true image of Georgians and told why he will never be like Vladimir Putin.
Illicit dealers instead of tourists for Batumi
So far it’s hard to transform Georgia into an attractive place for foreign investments and have a competitive economy. Yet the money is still needed for visibility of efficient governance. As a result, the authorities decide to replenish the country’s wallet by selling the rest of properties that can be interesting to foreigners. Batumi tops the list of assets to be sold out urgently. The government plans to put up the coastline of Georgia’s most famous sea resort for sale.
Sakartvelo: revolution too expensive?
It’s been clear for a long time that Georgia’s economic growth is hampered by the person that continues to speak about prosperity, promising golden rains of foreign investments and Georgia’s transformation into new Singapore. In reality his only care is himself and his associates. This is Mikheil Saakashvili, a despot and a demagogue.
Georgia Violence: Video of brutal police crackdown on Tbilisi protests
At least two dead and dozens hospitalised - protesters in Georgia have found out the hard way why they shouldn't speak out against their leadership. Police showed little restraint in a crackdown on crowds who'd turned out for what's been called Georgia's 'Day Of Rage' - demanding that President Saakashvili resign.
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