New Rights object to study conducted by ruling party
New Rights Party object to the door-to-door study launched by the National Movement in the country. Pikria Chikhradze of the party announced at the briefing today that the ruling party had launched an expensive survey, in which the questions included are interesting and desirable only for the National Movement, The opposition party thinks that the questions are formulated so that the answers are profitable only for the ruling party and therefore the study aims at influencing the voters. The New Rights say the initiative of the 1000 GEL voucher program was also unacceptable for them. They assess the program as the attempt to win the voters over and therefore, the issue should be studied by the State Audit Office.
Georgian government does not expect arrival of many international observers at the local government elections, which will be held in Georgia on June 15th - Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze told journalists today after the meeting of the government.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen says the protracted and frozen conflicts in the Eastern Europe are in the interests of Russia. Rasmussen has reviewed the situation in Ukraine in the interview with the Wallstreet Journal, emphasizing that ...
The United States accuses Russia of spinning a false and dangerous narrative to justify its illegal actions in Ukraine - the U.S. Department of State has released a special statement with ten facts that prove Russian hands in the Ukraine`s crisis.