The ruling party returns to the post Shotadze, who resigned after a scandal two years ago
Activists and the opposition are demanding a transition to a proportional system for the parliamentary elections slated for October
Turkey comes first, followed by Azerbaijan and China
Russian weapons, Georgian crime bosses and femicide in Azerbaijan – ‘Week in the Caucasus’ from JAMnews
The week of 27 January-1 February 2020 in just 90 seconds
The plan was for the two brothers to be killed by a car bomb
“For 70 years you couldn’t even look in that direction” – the tragedy that divided villages between Turkey and Georgia
Soon it will be the 100th anniversary since the Kars agreement separated brothers, sisters, parents and children who ended up on opposite sides of the Georgian-Turkish border
Believers in Georgian Constitutional Court for right to paper ID card because ‘electronic IDs are satanic’
The Constitutional Court is examining lawsuits from Georgian citizens who refuse electronic identity cards (ID).
Refusal of electoral reform, violence against demonstrators, arrests of opposition members and the appointment of politically dependent judges worry influential US senators
Marijuana use is legal in Georgia, but cannot be legally obtained. Girchi political movement appeals to constitutional court.
President Salome Zurabishvili says she is ready to have the Russian CoE delegation in Georgia and considers the brutal dispersal of rallies in Tbilisi over the summer legitimate
ИнгурГЭС - единственный источник электроэнергии, но уровень воды там критически низкий. Видеорепортаж и обсуждение - что делать
Abkhaz opposition leader Aslan Bzhania commented on his position on dialogue with Georgia