Promises VS Powers

Promises VS Powers

Ani Nazaryan; Sopo Apriamasvili; Lala Isgandarli; Nini Gogritchiani

In Georgia’s current political system, both the government and the Prime Minister have powers over the President. The winner of Sunday’s election will not be able to increase salaries and pensions, or decide how much will be spent on social needs. Anything proposed will need the support of the ruling party.

Educating Children with Special Needs in Georgia: Available Options and Common Obstacles

Armenian citizens flying from Georgia: incomparable prices and high hopes

Breaking Stereotypes, Building Friendships

GIPA Doc U 2018: What it Takes to Win

GIPA SPOTLIGHT 2019 / News Day 2

Georgian Youth: “Employment Best Way to Win Our Hearts”

GIPA SPOTLIGHT 2017 / News Day 1

Bidzina Ivanishvili Voted for the “European Choice of the Country”

Margvelashvili: “I Voted for President of All Citizens”

Cartu Group nullifies 600,000 debts before election

Cartu Group nullifies 600,000 debts before election

Gvantsa Nadibaidze

Nine days before the presidential elections, GM announced that 600,000 Georgian citizens’ debts will be covered by the charitable foundation Cartu Group, which is controlled by Bidzina Ivanishvili, the former Prime Minister and present chairman of the ruling party Georgian Dream.

Patriarch of Georgia Casts his vote at Presidential Election

GIPA NEWS 2018 / Day 1

GIPA NEWS 2018 / Day 1

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Final program of TV news production class GIPA- BA in Social Science - Journalism Track

GIPA SPOTLIGHT 2019 / News Day 1

Diaspora Finding Its Role in Armenia Revolution

Diaspora Finding Its Role in Armenia Revolution

Arpi Bekaryan

With more than eight million Armenians living outside its borders compared to about three million living inside the country, Armenia is one the few nations that even has a Ministry of Diaspora.

Documenting Second Home: Chinara Nurmammadova

NGOs Observe Violations During Election Process

Tsopi Prepares for Presidential Elections

Tsopi Prepares for Presidential Elections

Arpi Bekaryan, Said Babazade, Mariam Alikhanashvili

You seldom hear Georgian language here, but that doesn’t prevent locals from preparing for Sunday’s presidential elections.

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