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Freedom House again listed Georgia among the “partially free” countries2010-04-30 13:46
Freedom House International Organization has issued an annual report, according to which Georgia again found itself among the partially free countries in the rating of the states with free media, GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Georgia goes 126th and shares position with Paraguay, Honduras and Nepal. The assessment was performed according to three criteria: legislative, political and economical field where the media have to work.
Earlier, Freedom House gave Georgia 4 scores in the ratings, which also meant the belonging to the category of "partially free" states.
In 2007, the republic was considered to be a "free" country with 3 scores; however, it moved down in Freedom House's rating basing on the events that happened in Georgia that autumn