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Georgia’s ruling party, “Georgian Dream,” is pushing a controversial foreign agents law that has sparked widespread protests and raised concerns about the country’s democratic future. While the party claims the law promotes transparency, critics argue it’s a blatant copy of Russia’s legislation used to silence dissent. Let’s delve into why this law is seen as a dangerous step towards authoritarianism.

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The combination of these factors allows us to say unequivocally – that is why this law is Russian.

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For centuries, Georgia, nestled amidst the snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus Mountains, has been a crossroads of empires and cultures. Imagine a land that echoes with the clash of swords from Alexander the Great’s campaigns and the hushed reverence of Byzantine mosaics.
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The combination of these factors allows us to say unequivocally – that is why this law is Russian.

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For centuries, Georgia, nestled amidst the snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus Mountains, has been a crossroads of empires and cultures. Imagine a land that echoes with the clash of swords from Alexander the Great’s campaigns and the hushed reverence of Byzantine mosaics.
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