In Abkhazia, a high-ranking official was arrested on charges of fraud. Blogger Tengiz Jopua is outraged by offers to have him released "for his services to the motherland"
Abkhaz authorities must pass some unpopular reforms to overcome the current economic crisis, including downscaling the bureaucratic apparatus
The main rules are: read the classics, sweep the streets and talk less
Seymur Kazimov appealed to the chairman of the state agency responsible for the fight against coronavirus - (TƏBİB)
The constitution is being changed in Russia to allow Putin to theoretically remain in power until 2036.
"Environmental requirements will decline and ecology will be sacrificed for the sake of the economy" Interview with environmental activist Javier Qara
Former leader of the Abkhaz opposition Aslan Bzhania has been president for almost two months, but has not launched a single reform. Abkhazia may face a new crisis
“In Azerbaijan, courage alone is not enough” - well-known rights activist on politics in a country where the power structure has remained unchanged for 30 years
Anar Mammadli, head of the Center for Election Monitoring and Democracy Education, tells JAMnews about the problems of the Azerbaijani opposition
This may cause overly serious strains on the healthcare system
“I have a fever of 37.5 °C. What do I do?" To get coronavirus treatment in Moscow, you need money, connections. Personal stories
My mom caught coronavirus in Moscow, and the whole family knew that getting in to a hospital before you are on the verge of death is only possible if you have connections.
Will the crisis help the Georgian Dream party win in the upcoming elections? Expert opinions
Quality of life improvements, fighting corruption and oligarchs: how Armenia has changed 2 years since the revolution
“There is a well-known formula: if a country wants to consider itself democratic, it is necessary to conduct three cycles of fair elections. We have had only one so far. As soon as there will be three, we can assume that we are moving in the right direction” – political analyst
So say the authors of the new report by Transparency International Georgia
How can you get affected; what does it feel like; what happened next
COVID-19 shows whether the people and the authorities are ready to cooperate
Will the government's anti-crisis plan help?
Opposition MP Zurab Tchiaberashvili speaks about how Georgia is coping with the crisis
Bridging the gap between official data and common sense