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Georgia participates in international regional development conference
Georgia is set to participate in an international regional development conference where world representatives will discuss ways to enforce regional policies and encourage regional cooperation.
War veterans and their relatives to enjoy reduced bus fares
War veterans and their family members will enjoy reduced bus fares in Tbilisi mini buses.
International Center for Civic Culture starts an Information Campaign of self-Governance Reform
Representatives of "International Center for Civic Culture" Kote Kandelaki, David Losaberidze, and Lado Bozhadze held a presentation of the project “Informational campaign for raising public awareness about self-government reform” at “Pirweli” press-club today.
14 Apply to Run for Tbilisi Mayor
14 persons applied to run for a mayoral office of the capital city, Tbilisi, in the June 15 local elections.
Salome Zurabishvili wants to run for Tbilisi Mayor
The former Minister of Foreign Affairs Salome Zurabishvili wants to run for Tbilisi mayor.
ISFED published second interim report of monitoring local self-government elections
On May 15, the International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy published second interim report of monitoring local self-government elections. The report covers the period from April 20 through May 11.
The Georgian dream candidate for Tbilisi City Council chair's post is yet unknown
As Tbilisi Mayoral candidate Davit Narmania said, a chairman of the City Council can be elected by the Council itself and not Mayor.
Georgian Dream presents proportional election list
The Georgian Dream election bloc has presented a proportional list of candidates for the Tbilisi City Council elections.
CEC has voter lists ready
The Central Election Commission of Georgia has completed the processing of the eligible voters` data a month before the local government elections in Georgia.
Clause on Blanket Suspension of Local Public Servants to Be Revoked
Parliament passed with its first reading on May 14 a bill revoking a controversial legislative clause envisaging blanket suspension of all public servants employed in the local self-governance bodies across the country immediately after the June 15 local elections.