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Former Deputy Governor of Kakheti arrested for embezzlement 2013-01-30 18:40 Former Deputy Governor of Kakheti George Sibashvili was arrested on charges of embezzling money from the state budget.
Serzh Sargsyan will receive only 20.7% of votes from Republican Party of Armenia 2013-01-30 16:41 Only 20.7% of the electorate of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia is ready to vote for the incumbent President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan.
Georgia did not transfer control over wine production to Russia 2013-01-30 16:11 Russia won't control the production of wine in Georgia.
Georgian Defense Ministry: Georgia won't abandon production of military equipment 2013-01-30 12:38 Georgian Defense Ministry does not intend to close the military-industrial enterprise "Delta" and abandon the production of military equipment and weapons.
Tbilisi Armenians at the bottom
The issue of the Armenian community in Tbilisi is often the subject of intense debate and bitter criticism. Range of community's problems covers such areas as education in their native language, the return of the disputed churches, migration, assimilation, and others. But despite its size (up to 80,000 people), the Armenian community in Tbilisi is highly fragmented and has little interest in the protection of their interests. As noted by the local Armenian activists, in terms of social and political activity the community is in a deep hole. As a social organism, it "cannot fall deeper".
Georgia needs pro-Russian policy?
After the change of power in Georgia former senior officials of the country have started returning. Each with his own initiative. One of them is former Minister of State Security of Georgia Valery Khaburdzania who held the position in the 2001-2004. "I'll be back in order to create the first truly pro-Russian party", said the ex-minister.2013-01-30 15:31
Saakashvili has found thieves in the amnesty law
President Saakashvili's supporters accuse the new government in the release of spies and "thieves". In turn, their opponents out of the camp of the Prime Minister Ivanishvili recall that under Saakashvili thousands convicted of serious crimes, including drug dealers, have been released. But is it true? Media have composed a list of "thieves" who either had been released, or were about to. However, the Georgian human rights activists claim that only president Mikheil Saakashvili can release those convicted of serious crimes, not the parliament which has recently passed the law on amnesty.
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