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Georgia Online, 20 September '13

:. Articles
18 18 '12
The problem of occupied territories in the process of Georgias European integration
By Dmitry Mandjavidze
Perhaps, it's time when openness, or so-called transparency, in relation to the public reached its critical point. The critical point, we believe is the line, which is followed by a break of confidentiality of politicians action, which can be even more dangerous than a lack of transparency. Full Article 

26 26 '12
Keeping An Eye on Canaries
By Alexander (Kakha) Lomaia
Before the devices measuring the content of poisonous methane gas in coal mines was invented, it was the canaries that were helping the miners. The public also needs some kind of canaries - indicators which allow measuring how things work in a particular area of public policy. Full Article 


:. Interviews
22 22 '12
Gela Vasadze: Georgians are tired of reforms and of paying taxes
Georgia is open for Russia - the companies operate, investment continues, the Russians will be this year on the first place among tourists. Georgia has done everything that was possible for Russia The rhetoric may change. But in real politics relations between Russia and Georgia have reached a deadlock. Full Article 

:. Latest Headlines
31 December '14 16:15
The Public Defenders Response to the Official Statement Issued by the Ministry of Internal Affairs
Public Defender of Georgia addressed the Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia regarding ineffectiveness of practice of signed statements on non-repeat of violence in cases of domestic violence

07 July '14 13:29
Eduard Shevardnadze died at the age 86
Georgia`s second president (1995-2003) and senior Soviet politician Eduard Shevardnadze has passed away

26 September '13 16:06
Address by the President of Georgia at the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili delievered his last speech as the president at the UN General Assembly on September 26th

18 September '13 14:33
Georgia cannot have regional ambitions - Ivanishvili
Ivanishvili reckons that the settlement of relations with Russia will take from five to seven years

18 September '13 14:31
Bokeria: Prime Minister spreads misinformation about August 2008 war
Secretary of National Security Council of Georgia Giga Bokeria commented on that part of Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili's interview to the Latvian newspaper

18 September '13 14:24
The woman kidnapped in the occupied Abkhazia released in exchange for 9 thousand dollars
Tsira Tsatsua was taken hostage by 6 unidentified gunmen from her own nut-grove 3 days ago

18 September '13 14:22
Andro Barnov calls on Georgian government to protect population
The head of the presidential administration calls on the government to protect the population in the village Ditsi, along the occupied territories

18 September '13 14:20
My presidential term expires but I wont quit political activity - Saakashvili
My presidential term expires, but Im not quitting political activity because of this and Im sure well all continue to develop Georgia, the President said

An open letter to PM Bidzina Ivanishvili

By Zurab Japaridze, MP (UNM)

Economy is not digits and statistics. Economy is a mix of decisions made daily by separate citizens. To do something or not to do, risk or not to risk, foresee for a year, 1year, 5 years, 10 years or 3 days. Overall exactly this kind of decisions are reflected on the very economic indicator about which I am talking from parliamentary or other tribunes and which tend to deteriorate constantly....  Full Article 

Guram Odisharia: We came to build, not ruin

By Nina Akhlouri

We must remember one rule for the future we must not build anything in rush, nor must we rush to ruin as happened in the case of the so-called IMELI building on the Rustaveli Avenue. True, it had Soviet symbols in the form of bas-relief, such as stars and things like that But we should have retained those symbols because that is the history we have passed through. ...  Full Article