Georgian Journal 51(414)
You’ll be missed… Or maybe not so much
Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili resigned from his post so suddenly and swiftly that society barely had time to realize what was going on.
A new beginning
Our little darling GJ has done its good job and it is now leaving the public life arena as quietly as it had once come around eight years ago.
“Saakashvili will have to prove in court that I am a thief” - An exclusive interview with Ukraine’s Interior Minister
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has found a new ally in his dislike of Mikheil Saakaashvili, ex-president of Georgia and governor of Odessa.
Georgian Rugby’s “foreign legionnaire” - Nice to meet you, Matthew Janney!
Georgian rugby players have played in many Europeaan teams, and now it is our turn to take in a “foreign legionnaire.”
“Georgia is definitely in a difficult situation”
Ambassador John E. Herbst served for thirty-one years as a Foreign Service Officer in the U.S. Department of State, retiring at the rank of Career-Minister.
National Probation Agency introduces house arrest
House arrest, a punitive measure representing an alternative to common imprisonment, has been implemented in Georgia in accordance with the new Justice Code.
SCHENGENatsvale!
The borders between Georgia and Europe are disappearing
NDI: Number OF EU and NATO membership supporters increases
On December 21, National Democratic Institute (NDI) published results of yet another social survey, conducted in the period between November 17 and December 7th.
Give Your Country a Holiday Gift: Buy Small, Buy Local, Buy Georgian!
Once again, Georgians across the country are preparing for the holiday season, making travel plans, crushing walnuts for gozinaki, and buying gifts for their friends and families.
GJ Editor's comment
12 November, 2015
“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” Just in Denmark, not in Georgia! Aren’t we lucky that nothing
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