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Construction of high-speed railway line endangers lives

22 July, 2013

Several houses in the village of Kvishkheti are on the brink of collapse due to the extensive tunnel construction currently underway for Georgia’s high-speed railway line. According to the local population, representatives of the Railway Department h

GNCC leadership impeachment: the next steps

16 July, 2013

Transparency International Georgia welcomes the fact that Parliament is moving ahead in scrutinizing conflicts of interest and abstinence from work of Commissioner and former Chairman of the Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC), Irakli C

What will change in the Law on Higher Education?

12 July, 2013

On June 11, in accordance with the parliament bureau decision, Georgian Parliament started considering amendments to the Georgian Law on Higher Education. The initiator of the bill is the Georgian government, with the ministry of Education and Scienc

SMS spam: is there a right to be left alone?

10 July, 2013

If you have a mobile phone in Georgia, you probably receive several advertising SMS messages per week, maybe even several messages per day. These messages are often sent to promote various products and services by companies you have never heard of or