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.
American Senator Chris Murphy calls on the NATO to grant the Membership Action Plan to Georgia. Murphy voiced his recommendations at the meeting of the Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate on Thursday...
The members of the government have denied the allegations of the United National Movement on suspension of infrastructure projects. Ministers of Economics and Infrastructure, Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Davit Narmania have accused the opponents ...
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution on condemning Russia`s actions in Ukraine with 154 votes vs. 26 on Wednesday. The European MPs have condemned the annexation of Crimea by Russia and deployment of Russian troops at Ukraine`s borders.
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The victims of April 9 Tragedy have been decorated with the St. George`s Orders of Victory for the civil devotion, for the contribution to the national-liberation movement and the struggle for the independence of the state posthumously.
The President of Georgia has downplayed the political speculations that followed the statement made by the Interior Minister Aleksandre Chikaidze a few days ago. The Minister said there were groups in Georgia`s regions...