18 October 1996 Print > In August, Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze personally condemned the publication of virulently anti-Semitic materials in NOY, a small opposition paper. Court proceedings were initiated against the paper’s editor. Other events > Indirect, sporadic pressure on opposition media continued, while care was taken to preserve Georgia’s reputation as a relatively liberal […]

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