Protest in Tbilisi
Hundreds of activists have moved to nearby areas and are continuing their protest
Demonstrators say the fight is just beginning
Unofficial leader of the country and billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili is preparing to get his Georgian Dream party a third term in office – Gakharia’s ‘electoral skills’ are more important than public protest
Tbilisi was host to an LGBTQ Pride march, anti-occupation demonstrations, speeches by ultranationalists and a rally in front of the Rustavi 2 TV company
JAMnews editor Dimitri Avaliani for the Carnegie Moscow Centre on Georgia’s current political crisis
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?