Politics in Abkhazia
"He is selling off resources and there is no time to stop him. We are moving to active actions aimed at preserving Abkhazia" - initiative group
The recent speech of the head of the Foreign Ministry makes one wonder why the Abkhaz authorities are trying to "rename" the opposition into NGOs
Abkhazia , "provocations from the US on their way". Inal Ardzinba accused local NGOs to be 'helpers' but later the accusation was withdrawn
The results of the opposition rally in Abkhazia: why it is good that there was no coup, and why Bzhaniya did not win, but lost
"If the opposition storms the presidential palace, and this attempt ends in failure, then it will lose everything. After that, President Aslan Bzhaniya will certainly receive carte blanche for all subsequent actions. That is, all the bills that are now suspended or put on pause will be adopted almost without any resistance."
The People's rally in Skuhum is scheduled for May 30 and the authorities of Abkhazia fear another coup d'état - what are possible outcomes?
Abkhaz PM sold weapons to Georgians? War veterans organization "Aruaa" says he did and wants the award revoked. The court disagrees
Opinion of a political scientist on how the political crisis in Georgia may affect Abkhazia and how Georgian-Abkhaz relations will develop
Abkhazian President Aslan Bzhania goes into quarantine officially due to COVID-19, but those on social networks doubt it
The threat of a "second front", anti-Russian sanctions, and reforms that never happened - discussion in Abkhazia
JAMnews editor Inal Khashig and historian Astamur Tania discuss the problems of Abkhazia, including the domestic political crisis and the Georgian-Abkhaz negotiation process
"Abkhazia does not need the laws of North Korea" - why parliament did not agree with special services
A law to grant the Special Security Service the right to investigate what amounts to criticism of the state has been struck down
It appears that the Abkhazian president has decided on one course: copying the Russian model of governance in Abkhazia
Crime boss Tatulyan in Abkhazia insults the opposition for questioning his bona fides
"We discussed it with our elder brother Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and decided that Abkhazia should not be abandoned" - Lukashenko in Abkhazia
UN employee Lucas expelled from Abkhazia on charges of espionage. Many in society disagree, pointing to her projects and attraction of investment
The Abkhazian opposition has proposed that the President create a Consultative Council with his own participation and with the highest authority - meaning the unelected would govern the republic.
The president and the trout farm: Abkhazian opposition leader on the authorities' loss of legitimacy
Abkhazia: oppositionist Ardzinba accuses the president. who took possession of the largest trout farm? Who squandered $850 million in aid from Russia?
“Even a dead fish can go with the flow” - the oldest opposition leader of Abkhazia, Yakub Lakoba, who was also known as "Abkhazian Zhirinovsky" died at the age of 73