"Georgian Dream - Democratic Georgia”
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Ruling coalition candidate Margvelashvili leads in Georgia's presidential election’
‘Georgian Dream party's Georgy Margvelashvili from ruling coalition is leading in the presidential election in Georgia with 62.16 percent of the vote, the central election commission announced with around 85 percent of the vote counted.
International observers praise Georgia's election
TBILISI, Georgia (AP) — International observers gave their stamp of approval to Georgia's presidential election on Monday, characterizing it as "clean" and "transparent."
Georgia: Margvelashvili wins landslide victory in presidential vote
Initial results suggest that Georgy Margvelashvili has achieved a landslide win in Georgia’s presidential election, securing 63 percent of the vote.
How to rebuild relations with Georgia
How to rebuild relations with Georgia after Saakashvili’s leave? Russian Komsomolskaya Pravda addresses the public, politicians and experts.
Incoming Georgian president is no “Superman”
Georgia's next president, Georgy Margvelashvili, fits in perfectly with Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili's vision of a nation free of politicians who want to be "superman".
Margvelashvili, a little-known confidant of the billionaire premier, won a landslide victory in the former Soviet republic's presidential election on Sunday after only a year in politics.
Georgia PM ally Giorgi Margvelashvili 'wins presidency'
An ally of Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili has won the presidential election, exit polls say.
Why Georgia's Elections Should Inspire the Whole of Europe
In 2003, after power outages and food shortages became unbearable, the people of Georgia went to the streets to protest and brought us the first of the revolutions that have swept the world over the past 10 years. As a result we received President Saakashvili and his young team of reformers.
Prime minister’s choice set to take Georgian presidency
As Georgia prepares to hold a presidential election tomorrow, most of the chatter in Tbilisi is not about who will win, but whether Mikheil Saakashvili, the outgoing leader, will have to swap life in a palace for jail.
Georgia to elect a new president, but real uncertainty over the future role of billionaire PM
Georgia to elect a new president, but real uncertainty over the future role of billionaire PM