The week of 11-16 November 2019 in just 90 seconds
Thousands of activists block Tbilisi parliament, demand resignation of gov’t, early parliamentary elections
The reason behind the protest: parliament’s decision to not enact electoral reform personally promised by ruling party leader Ivanishvili in the summer of 2019 during protests
A protest demanding early parliamentary elections on a proportional system are taking place in front of the parliament
Vazha Gaprindashvili lives and works in Tbilisi. Presumably, he entered the Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone to help a patient
Tbilisi protesters demanding snap parliamentary elections after gov’t fails to deliver on election reform
Almost all opposition parties took to the streets
Georgia: political crisis emerges as parliament breaks promise, rejects bill on moving to proportional election system
The opposition and activists are calling for a new wave of protests
Georgia largely exports agricultural products to the EU, but some have managed to master new markets
Tbilisi does not exclude the possibility that another state, such as Russia, is behind the large-scale cyber attack.
According to one clergyman, the authorities, on behalf of the oligarch Ivanishvili, were going to overthrow Patriarch Ilia II
A documentary about clashes between old and modern architecture in Tbilisi, the tourism boom in the city, controversial projects and urban activism
Staff of epress.am went to Javakheti to make a series of interviews on the impact of the Russian press on the region
The status of a ‘thief-in-law’ or ‘criminal authority’ will be grounds enough to launch criminal prosecution
“We are tired of 11 years of an inhumane life,” say locals
The once-famous resort fallen into neglect, ignored by tourists
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ban on direct flights between the Russian Federation and Georgia goes into effect today.
Demonstrators in Tbilisi are demand that the minister of interior affairs resign. Photo
Airlines have already offered to use Yerevan airport as transit
Gavrilov sitting in the chair of the Georgian parliamentary speaker was the “last straw” for a part of society that is already very angry with the authorities. Who is he and what does the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy do?