Tuesday, 17 January 2017
Archive by 2012-07-06
The Holy Synod has not found "a seal of Antichrist" in the Georgian electronic IDs. 2012-07-06 16:47 The Holy Synod of the Georgian Orthodox Church has recognized the new electronic identity cards of Georgia, made in the form of plastic cards (ID card), did not violate the canons of the Orthodox Church.
Azerbaijan believes the West and NATO are not interested in the restoration of justice 2012-07-06 14:33 According to the first vice-speaker of the Milli Mejlis Ziyafyat Askerov, "the West and NATO see only oil and gas in Azerbaijan".
New program of social and economic development of South Ossetia 2012-07-06 14:31 Government of South Ossetia, along with representatives of Russian ministries and agencies, is developing a new program of socio-economic development.
"Maestro" in each house of Georgia
Georgian Parliament has approved the so-called principle of "Must Carry". According to it, some amendments, relating to rules of television broadcasting, will be introduced into the Election Code. Cable broadcasters are now required to broadcast all the channels of the country starting from the date of the election campaign and until its completion. But this law has two major drawbacks.
Iranian spy? Come on, Goodbye!
Azerbaijani authorities have accused the editor of the newspaper "Voice of the Talysh" Gilal Mamedov of spying for Iran, inciting ethnic hatred and links with drug trafficking. In Russia, Mamedov's name has become known through the video "Come on, goodbye", but in Azerbaijan his name was known even earlier. Mamedov is well-known public figure, defending the rights of the Talysh population. His predecessor as editor in chief and the namesake Novruzali Mamedov died in prison, being sentenced for spying for Iran. The case of Gilal Mamedov is long and complicated question. Talysh scholar and political analyst Fakhraddin Abbaszoda told GTimes about this.
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