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Opening Speech, Constituent Assembly, Tbilisi 1919

Silibistro Jibladze, MP, Translation by The Clarion / 27 May 2016

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Opening Speech, Constituent Assembly, Tbilisi 1919

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Rally in support of Rustavi 2.

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Opposition and civil society leaders gather to support Rustavi 2, which they say suffers from undue government pressure. Rustavi 2 suspended broadcasting for two days. Company officials say ongoing property dispute is engineered to silence opposition speech. Civil society has been worried about recent merger of three channels under pro-government roof. more photo essays

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