Georgia’s political balancing act of the 1990s is well and truly over–and June’s local elections suggest it is tipping toward radicalization by Jaba Devdariani TBILISI, Georgia–Georgia’s 2 June local elections were a stormy affair. Allegations of ballots rigged and boxes stuffed were rife. Recounts were demanded in numerous areas. Whole housing estates found themselves not […]

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