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.
A 21 year-old convict was brutally beaten up by the prison staff in the N7 prison in Ortachala district, Tbilisi - sister and the lawyer of the convict have informed media about the incident. Mariam Giglemiani says her brother was beaten up by the staff of the prison.
US Assistance Secretary of State Victoria Nuland has expressed his support to the protestors in Maidan Square in Kiev today. After her arrival to the Ukraine`s capital yesterday, Victoria Nuland expressed her hope following the negotiations with the authorities and the opposition that there would be no more violence against the demonstration.
After a few minutes since the session of the parliament started today, two MPs - Soso Jachvliani from the majority and Giorgi Baramidze from the opposition had a noisy brawl. Jachvliani recollected the special anti-crime operation conducted in Svaneti Region when ...
The officers of Central Criminal Police Department, as a result of investigative activities held on the basis of operative information detained three times convicted in past, Konstantine M. for illegal purchase and keeping of firearms and armament.
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Riot police are currently storming the building of the city council in Kiev. The last night`s dispersal and the frost did not fear the pro-western protestors to assemble in the center of the capital again.
Tbilisi demonstrates support to the people of Ukraine, who have been rallying in the streets of Kiev and facing riot police attacks during past few weeks. The protestors objected to the rejection of EU association deal by the government.
Developments in Kiev, Ukraine, are still in the focus of the international society. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry issued a statement late Tuesday night saying the Ukrainian response to the protests `is neither acceptable nor does it befit a democracy.`