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Georgia took 47th place of "Failed States Index 2011" 2011-06-20 19:42 In the rating of "Failed States Index 2011", which was published by the American Foundation for Peace and the magazine "Foreign Policy", Georgia took 47th place.
Georgia participates in the Conference on Nuclear Safety in Vienna 2011-06-20 18:50 Delegation of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia is involved to the IAEA conference dedicated to the development of a new strategy of nuclear safety.
In Sukhumi, the explosion occurred 2011-06-20 18:27 In one of the institutions of the Abkhaz capital there occurred an explosion.
Bakradze: We will seek access for international observers to Abkhazia and South Ossetia 2011-06-20 17:57 According to the head of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, the Georgian authorities intend to use all possible diplomatic leverage for achieving access for international observers to Georgia and South Ossetia.
The traffic in the Rikotskoiy pass will be restored in a few days 2011-06-20 17:13 According to the minister of regional development and infrastructure of Georgia Ramaz Nikolaishvili, the traffic in the Rikotskiy pass, connecting the western and eastern parts of Georgia, will be fully restored within a few days.
"Gruzstat" published data on the living-wage in the country 2011-06-20 16:13 As of June 1, 2011 the living-wage in Georgia for the able-bodied men was 166.4 GEL.
The Prosecutor's Office of Georgia is going to change the preventive measure for Bitsadze 2011-06-20 15:41 The Georgian Prosecutor demands to change the preventive punishment for the former head of Border Police of Georgia Badri Bitsadze, who is the spouse of one of the leaders of the "National Assembly" Nino Burjanadze, on the remand.
In Brussels the event of May 26 in Tbilisi are going to be discussed 2011-06-20 15:06 Today in Brussels they will discuss the tragic events in Tbilisi on May 26 when police dispersed a protest of the "National Assembly".
George Ugulava: Georgia needs "upgraded Misha" 2011-06-20 14:29 Mayor of Georgian capital George Ugulava has announced possible plans of the ruling "United National Movement" in the country at upcoming presidential election.
Shevardnadze called on the U.S. Ambassador to Georgia to retire 2011-06-20 13:01 The Former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze has agreed to the requirements of the local opposition, calling on the U.S. ambassador in Tbilisi John Bass to leave his post.
Expert: Tourists in Georgia will be forced to use bushes 2011-06-20 12:41 Well-known Georgian expert Soso Tsiskarishvili said that the state of local health services does not allow to talk about the success of tourism industry in the country.
Region of georgian poverty
Does the «Georgian democracy» really exist, or is it the same myth as «steady economic growth» and the general prosperity of Sakartvelo? What are Mikhail Saakashvili’s promises and initiatives worth for ordinary citizens? Does modern Georgian have anything to be proud of? The GeorgiaTimes correspondent continued learning how the Georgian province lives.
How fearful it is to be a diplomat in Abkhazia
The diplomatic mission is sometimes a real challenge. Moral support of the federal center might not be enough. The government of the Russian Federation has established a list of dangerous states and the amount of compensation for diplomats that draw their public duty in politically unstable regions. It became necessary to take these measures long ago: formerly each employee decided whether to take these risks individually. Yet, Abkhazia and South Ossetia are not happy to be referred to as “unstable”.
Opposition ready for dialogue
“G8” of Georgia’s opposition parties does not abandon hope to agree on amendments to the election code with the government. This week it was reported that meetings between representatives of dominant National Movement and the opposition will have a format of individual consultations. What will the new form of dialogue yield: consensus or final failure of the opposition’s initiative? GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed that with Manana Nachkebia, a leader of New Rights party included in the oppositional eight.2011-06-20 11:21
Thomas de Waal put the chill on Saakashvili
The British journalist and analyst Thomas De Waal, Senior Researcher of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, published a big material in the American magazine The National Interest in which he compared the crisis phenomena in the public life of two neighbour countries, Turkey and Georgia, uniting them on the principle of a one-party system formed in both countries. The Englishman mercilessly dissected the miserable state of the Georgian economy caused by the authoritarian political regime.
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