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Archive by 2012-08-27
Captain of the Russian vessel fined in Georgia for the pollution of the sea 2012-08-27 16:29 On August 26, Poti City Court obliged the captain of the Russian ship SIBIRSKIY-2128, Russian citizen Viktor Kiryakov, to pay a fine of 65,000 lari (about 39.6 thousand dollars) for the burial of waste in the sea.
9 foreign monitoring institutions have been registered in the Georgian CEC 2012-08-27 14:29 According to the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Georgia for the 27th of August, 9 foreign and 24 local organizations were registered to monitor the parliamentary election on 1st of October.
Georgia and Armenia are polluting the Kura River 2012-08-27 13:51 Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Azerbaijan has announced the results of the monitoring of pollution of trans boundary rivers of Kura and Araz and transboundary tributaries, conducted in mid-August.
Shevardnadze: Saakashvili is ready to shed blood for power 2012-08-27 12:01 On Monday, former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze stated that the current president, Mikheil Saakashvili was ready to shed blood for the sake of staying in power.
A border between Chechnya and Ingushetia
At the staff meeting Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov stated he intended to raise the issue of establishment of an administrative border with Ingushetia at the federal level. This was announced by the press service of the republic's leadership.
No place for Christians in Israel?
Speaking recently in Jerusalem, Benjamin Netanyahu said, "If in many countries, such as Syria, Christians live in a state of siege, here, in Israel, they are free to practice their faith". The Israeli Prime Minister urged Christians to rally round Israel and thus protect the Christian civilization from total Islamization posed by the "Arab Spring". The issue with the Islamization is clear. But is Israel capable of defending the Christians?2012-08-27 21:52
How many Ali Mamedovs vote for Saakashvili?
Very soon, on October 1, Georgia holds parliamentary election. Candidates have launched the campaign across the country. President Mikheil Saakashvili has announced a commitment of the Government to favour freedom and transparency at the coming election. As always, they are planning the presence of foreign independent experts, video filming and the use of other methods of control. But, despite all the measures taken, it is almost impossible to avoid the violations at polling stations. What is the cause of constant excesses? We spoke about this with Mamuka Katsitadze - Chairman of the State Commission to clarify the voter lists. The topic of our conversation was Yormuganlo - the most dysfunctional and complex area in terms of discipline at the polling stations.
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