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May 15, 2024

Shakeup in Georgian Politics: Parliament Axes Gender Quotas!

In a surprising move, the Georgian Parliament just overruled the President’s veto on a bill ditching mandatory gender quotas for party lists in elections! This means political parties will no longer be forced to have a specific number of women candidates.

May 15, 2024

Why Georgia’s Proposed Foreign Agents Law Mirrors Russia’s Authoritarian Tactics

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.

May 12, 2024

Georgia’s Democratic Journey: A Phoenix Rising in the Caucasus

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. Today, this ancient land is once again undergoing a transformation, emerging as a surprising beacon of democratic reform in the post-Soviet era. Its journey, like the mythical phoenix rising from the ashes, is a story of remarkable progress intertwined with lingering challenges.

May 12, 2024

Georgia’s Democratic Journey: Progress, Challenges, and Comparisons with Leading Democracies

Imagine a country nestled amidst the snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus Mountains, a land with a rich history and a vibrant culture. This is Georgia, a nation that has shed its Soviet past and embarked on an ambitious journey towards democracy.

May 12, 2024

Georgia Braces for Student Strike as “Agents’ Law” Heats Up

Tensions are reaching a fever pitch in Georgia as students from 13 universities, including the prestigious Tbilisi State University and Ilia State University, prepare to launch a nationwide strike on May 13th. This bold move signifies a dramatic escalation in protests against the controversial “Agents’ Law,” a piece of legislation critics believe threatens the very fabric of Georgian democracy and aligns the country with Russia’s authoritarian tendencies.

May 11, 2024

Tbilisi Simmers: Protests Against “Foreign Agent” Bill Enter Fourth Week

TBILISI, GEORGIA – May 13, 2024 – Tensions remain high in Tbilisi, Georgia, as protests against a controversial “foreign agents” bill enter their fourth week. The legislation, backed by the ruling Georgian Dream party, has sparked widespread anger and accusations of democratic backsliding.

Nov 30, 2022
Autumn is the Best time

Why Harvest time Is The Best Time Of The Year

Ah, Autumn – harvest time. It’s a genuinely enchanted season in the event that you ask.

Nov 26, 2022
Carter’s store in Tbilisi, Georgia

Carter’s official store was opened in Tbilisi

US-based American children’s brand Carter’s opened its most memorable authority store in Georgia.

Nov 25, 2022

Thanksgiving 2022

America’s Thanksgiving holiday, born in the 1500s, mythologized in 1621, and observed even during the bleakest hours of the Civil War, now stands as one of the nation’s most anticipated and beloved days — celebrated each year on the fourth Thursday in November (November 24, 2022).

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