IRI, NDI to send observers to Georgia for parliamentary elections
United States government has allocated two million US dollars to sponsor the presence of international observers at the parliamentary elections in Georgia this fall. The representatives of the International Republican Institute [IRI] and National-Democratic Institute [NDI] will arrive in Georgia on July 18th, 2012 - ambassador of the United States to Georgia John Bass announced today. The observers will monitor not only the process of vote, but the pre-election campaigns as well. International observers will be sent to all regions of Georgia. Ambassador also voiced a new initiative of the U.S. government, which is going to facilitate involvement of women candidates in election process.
Tbilisi City Court is due to hold hearing on the case of Giorgi Dgebuadze - the former chief of the military police department`s division of the staff of Georgian armed Forces. Dgebuadze is accused of premeditated murder...
The Prime Minister of Georgia has made a special statement regarding the landslide that hit the Dariali Gorge late last night. According to Irakli Gharibashvili, the landslide was triggered by torrential rains and flood, after which two men of the personnel working on the road cleaning in the tunnel are now missing.
The Minister of Energy and Natural resources, Kakha Kaladze downplays the concerns of some opponents about the possible growth of the electricity consumption charge, saying the electricity tariff will not be changed.
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The former chief of the Special State Protection Service, Temur Janashia plans to file a complaint at the Tbilisi City Court to appeal the ruling on arresting his and his relatives` real estate, including the property registered on his ex-spouse.
The director of Mikheil Saakashvili Presidential Library, Andro Barnovi has commented on the controversy of `suits`, saying the manipulation with the issue of personal things of the former president is just a shame.
The Presidents of Georgia and Lithuania have had a telephone conversation with the preparation activities for the upcoming NATO Summit in Wales. Giorgi Margvelashvili thanked Dalia Grybauskaite for the support...