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Alasania: Georgia needs a "new way", we need Russia 2011-10-07 18:22 According to a former Georgian ambassador to the UN, leader of the opposition party "Free Democrats" Irakli Alasania, Georgia needs a "new way".
Georgian MPs promised to think about abortions 2011-10-07 17:39 Georgian parliamentarians see no reason for the ban of legal abortion to prevent birth of unwanted sex.
Facebook will broadcast Sarkozy and Saakashvili's speech 2011-10-07 16:52 Today it became known that coming speech of Georgian and French Presidents at Freedom Square in Tbilisi will be broadcasted not only on by Georgian television but also on the official page of the President of Georgia in the social network Facebook.
Turkey: Sarkozy is poor historian 2011-10-07 16:37 According to Turkish Minister on Relations with the European Union Egemen Bahish, French President Nicolas Sarkozy should care about the problems of his state and should not try to seem a historian.
An evening in memory of Anna Politkovskaya will be held in the Georgian capital 2011-10-07 15:55 Today, in the Georgian capital, an evening in memory of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya who was murdered in Moscow five years ago will be held.
Ilia II denied rumors of a regular debate on the status of churches in Georgia 2011-10-07 14:55 On the eve, the head of Georgian Orthodox Church Ilia II presented a rebuttal to information published in a number of local media that some members of the Holy Synod went against him in discussion on attribution legal status to religious organizations.
The head of Trialeti tries to meet with Sarkozy 2011-10-07 13:39 On the eve, the director of Georgian TV company Trialeti Jondi Nanetashvili received notification from the Embassy of France in Georgia.
The head of Trialeti tries to meet with Sarkozy 2011-10-07 12:56 On the eve, the director of Georgian TV company Trialeti Jondi Nanetashvili received notification from the Embassy of France in Georgia.
Ivanishvili renounces Russian citizenship for participation in Georgia's elections 2011-10-07 12:26 Well-known businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili said he is ready to give up Russian and French citizenship for participation in the political life of Georgia.
Georgia gets rid of officers trained in Russia 2011-10-07 12:24 Georgian media say that the authorities are going to dismiss the officers who were trained in Russia.
Sakartvelo intends to give Russia an account 2011-10-07 11:17 Georgian parliamentarians intend to demand from the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development to calculate the damage "caused" by Russian occupation "and to demand compensation from Russia, which is the successor of the Soviet Union".
Ivanishvili puts his head into mouth of authorities
Bidzina Ivanishvili, a billionaire, has long been in sight of the Georgian authorities and opposition with his apolitical generosity. He was a dark horse ready for anything at the worst moment. That is why he was provoked to show what side his USD 5 bln will play on. The Labor party accused the oligarch of financing Mikheil Saakashvili. In reply, journalists disseminated rumors twice that Bidzina had fled Georgia refusing to sponsor the government. As a result, Ivanishvili announced his coming into politics like Badri Patarkatsishvili who died prematurely once did.
Refugees Special Purpose
It turns out that Georgia has VIP-refugees from South Ossetia. It is these people who get the building vacated by the settlers from Abkhazia, who has been living in Sakartvelo still under Shevardnadze, from the Ministry of Refugees and Resettlement of the Republic. GeorgiaTimes' correspondent spoke with the leader of the party "Free Georgia" Kakha Kukava and chairman of the Public Movement "Multinational Georgia" Arnold Stepanyan about lawlessness of officials. They told our edition of the facts of total corruption in the higher echelons of Georgian government and how Saakashvili's team uses2011-10-07 18:27
Investment in Georgia. Gates to Nowhere
Saakashvili can not abandon his dream to make Georgia to be similar to Singapore. With help of overseas friends from Financial Times the president has sent Prime Minister Nika Gilauri in an investment tour and he should bring into the country a bag of money. For this the Americans have created a special website which tells how great it is to invest your money into Sakartvelo. The project was called "Invest in Georgia. The Gateway to Europe" and was notably advertised. But what is hidden under the shiny wrapper?
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