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Global Voices

Giorgi Vashadze, candidate for Prime Minister with the 'New Georgia' Party. (Photo: Giorgi Vashadze Campaign)
30 Oct 20
“We need 12 billion US dollars investment to create 300,000 more jobs.”
Mamuka Khazaradze, founder of TBC Bank and now 'Lelo' political party. (Photo: Lelo Campaign)
30 Oct 20
“We can bring in ten billion dollars of investment in four years.”
Former parliamentary speaker Irakli Kobakhidze. (Photo courtesy of I. Kobakhidze)
30 Oct 20
"No government can claim an error-free operation."
Khatia Dekanoidze of the United National Movement (UNM) opposition party in Georgia. (Photo: Ministry of Justice of Ukraine)
28 Oct 20
“Saakashvili has every right to return to Georgia - he's a person of historic importance.”
Village of Khurvaleti, which rests on the occupation line. (Photo: Nino Chibchiuri)
27 Oct 20
Fears that key infrastructure could be absorbed into Russian-controlled territory.
Karabakh Crisis
27 Oct 20
IWPR discussion facilitates rare opportunity for dialogue.
Elene Khoshtaria with symbolical gesture in support of Georgians who lost their eye after being hit by rubber bullets during the brutal police crackdown of the peaceful protests on June 20, 2020. (Photo courtesy of E. Khoshtaria)
26 Oct 20
This vote is significant for the wider region and the whole of Europe.
Nino Burjanadze, running as a candidate with the Democratic Movement - United Georgia party. (Photo courtesy of N. Burjanadze)
22 Oct 20
"It's in the long-term strategic interests of Russia to have Georgia as a friend."
Upcoming Events
20 Oct 20
IWPR event to host expert discussion on the current conflict and prospects for the future.
A Pro-Armenia march in Akhalkalaki, Georgia. (Photo: Kristine Marabyan)
Karabakh Crisis
15 Oct 20
Prevented from fighting for Karabakh, diaspora community sends aid and funding.