About Civil.ge
Eng | Geo | Rus
Last updated: 22:49 - 17 Sep.'14
 
RSS
Mobile
Twitter
Facebook
Parliament Backs Emergency Rule
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 9 Nov.'07 / 17:28

Parliament has backed the presidential decree imposing a state of emergency and media restrictions throughout the country. It means the measures will remain in force until late on November 22.

Not a single opposition lawmaker attended the parliamentary session in protest at the imposition of emergency rule.

“Although the situation has stabilized in Tbilisi and in the rest of Georgia, the threat to stability still exists,” Nino Burjanadze, the parliamentary speaker, said.
 
She justified the government's actions, saying they were necessary “in light of an apparent coup attempt.”

Latest News
17 Sep.'14 22:49
Bill to Delay Full Application of Jury Trial System
Govt-proposed bill to postpone expanding of now limited application of the system for two years.
16 Sep.'14 18:58
Tbilisi Rejects Crimea Elections
“Georgia reiterates its clear support to the Ukrainian sovereignty, territorial integrity,” Georgian MFA said.
16 Sep.'14 14:10
Top NATO Commander Praises Georgia's Interoperability with the Alliance
Gen. Breedlove said the Georgian forces have done “an extremely good job” in this regard.
16 Sep.'14 11:29
Georgian PM Visits United Arab Emirates
PM Garibashvili is visiting Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah on September 16-17.
16 Sep.'14 02:39
Ivanishvili on Reshuffled Govt, President, Media, His Plans and Ukraine
Ex-PM said in a lengthy newspaper interview that he will become more active in public life.
15 Sep.'14 22:24
Vatican's Foreign Minister Visits Georgia
This is the first visit of Holy See’s Secretary for Relations with States in Georgia in 11 years.
15 Sep.'14 15:36
PM: State Department's Statement on Investigations against Opposition Figures 'Not Alarming'
“We are maximally transparent,” Garibashvili told journalists on September 15.
14 Sep.'14 17:34
Parliament's Deputy Speaker 'Sacked' from GD
As a result GD will now have 83 members in the 150-seat legislative body
13 Sep.'14 18:03
PM Declines to Comment on U.S. Statement over Investigations Against Opposition Figures
“We have already made statements over this [issue] and I do not think that I should clarify it again,” he said.
13 Sep.'14 09:46
U.S. 'Concerned by Continued Investigations Against Opposition Figures' in Georgia
U.S. urges pro-Euro-Atlantic forces to address problems of the day and move the country forward.

About Civil Georgia
Civil.Ge © 2001-2013, Daily News Online
Registered office: 2 Dolidze Str, 4-th Floor.
54