Patterns in Georgian and Armenian democracy protests are indicators of both countries’ democratic tolerance and liberalization.
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News about the struggle for better democracy in Georgia. According to Freedom House, "international observers generally hailed the October 2012 parliamentary elections as free and fair, noting increased competitiveness and a range of largely peaceful political activities". Also check out our section on World Democracy.
Against the backdrop of Georgia’s invasion by Russia, a group of civil society organisations have warned the country is sliding into State capture.
A new front has been opened in Georgia’s political airwaves battle in the announcement of new channel an opportunity for electoral reform for civil society.
Leader of Georgia’s ruling party said Monday that the ex-Soviet nation will hold the next parliamentary election based entirely on a proportionate system.
Police in Tbilisi fired rubber bullets and used teargas against thousands of nonviolent protesters outside the Georgian Parliament on June 20, 2019.
National Endowment for Democracy scheduled an event on Youth, Political Parties, and Elections in Georgia which took place on December 11, 2018.
Tens of thousands of people Georgian opposition protested on Sunday against last week’s run-off presidential election, which they believe were rigged.
Georgia’s presidency to be decided by runoff vote after French-born former Foreign Minister Salome Zurabishvili won the first round by a razor-thin margin.
Can the three countries act together? How can working together help enact meaningful democratic reforms?
Protests have been building for the last two weeks over an alleged power grab by the former prime minister