15 July 1997 THE PARLIAMENTARY AND PRESIDENTIAL elections in November 1995 marked a turning point in Georgia’s post-Soviet history and ushered in a new phase of political and economic stability. Throughout 1996, the new parliament functioned cohesively and productively to enact key legislation underpinning the foundations of a civil society and of economic reform. During […]

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