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EGI Political Digest 130

Demonstration against Russian Law will be held on the 8 April On Monday, April 8, at 2:00 p.m., a rally titled “No to Russian Law — Freedom for Lazare!” will be held<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/egi-political-digest-130/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Apr 7, 2024
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Emergency Digest

Georgian Dream reintroduces Russian-style “foreign agent” law On April 3, Mamuka Mdinaradze, the executive secretary of the Georgian Dream party, announced the re-introduction of the “Russian Law” at a press briefing. Mdinaradze<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/emergency-digest/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Apr 3, 2024
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EGI chairs Information Integrity Coalition

Today marks a significant development as the Europe-Georgia Institute (EGI) has officially taken over the rotating chairmanship of the Information Integrity Coalition.
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Apr 1, 2024
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EGI Political Digest 128

Judicial conference condemns “Vetting” and elects 2 new members of the High Council of Justice of Georgia At the XXXII Conference of Judges held on 24 March, Levan Murusidze, a judge of<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/egi-political-digest-128/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Mar 29, 2024
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EGI Political Digest 127

The Prosecutor’s Office addresses Belgium and Germany with the request to detain and extradite Zurab Adeishvili The Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia has formally requested German and Belgian authorities to arrest and extradite<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/egi-political-digest-127/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Mar 17, 2024
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EGI Political Digest 126

Georgian Dream announces draft law against ‘pseudo-liberal ideology’ “Georgian Dream” is in the process of drafting legislation aimed at safeguarding society from what Mamuka Mdinaradze, the leader of the parliamentary majority, describes<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/egi-political-digest-126/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Mar 6, 2024
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EGI Political Digest 133

Salome Zurabishvili vetoes Russian Law The President of Georgia, Salome Zurabishvili, vetoed the Russian law. She announced this during a briefing held at the Orbeliani Palace. “Today, I vetoed the Russian law.<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/egi-political-digest-133/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | May 20, 2024
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EGI Political Digest 132

Participants of the protests against Russian Law were attacked near their houses late at night On the night of May 9, organised groups affiliated with the “Georgian Dream” party assaulted active participants<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/egi-political-digest-132/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | May 10, 2024
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EGI Political Digest 131

Parliament passes Russian Law with the first hearing The Parliament of Georgia adopted the “Russian Law” in its first reading on April 17, during a plenary session. The bill, titled “On Transparency<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/egi-political-digest-131/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Apr 25, 2024
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The Impact of French Colonialism on Contemporary Relations between Algeria and France

The Research Paper submitted to the Faculty of the International Relations School of Free University in fulfillment of the requirements for the Course in Theories of International Relations Author: Elene Raminashvili Abstract<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/the-impact-of-french-colonialism-on-contemporary-relations-between-algeria-and-france/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Mar 24, 2021
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Influence of the United States on Venezuelan Politics from Carlos Andrés Pérez to Hugo Chávez

The Research Paper submitted to the Faculty of the International Relations School of Free University in fulfillment of the requirements for the Course in Theories of International Relations Author: Nika Khomeriki Abstract<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/influence-of-the-united-states-on-venezuelan-politics-from-carlos-andres-perez-to-hugo-chavez/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Mar 24, 2021

Georgian Women and Politics

Introduction Although Gender inequality is the oldest kind of inequality, humankind still cannot find a solution to the problem. The reason lies in its complexity and variation between countries and cultures. Women<a class="moretag" href="https://egi.ge/en/georgian-women-and-politics/">Read More...</a>
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Jan 5, 2021
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