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Tbilisi Pride Jun 15
It was a rough night for our team. We had to witness a lot of undesereved hatred and agression. Issue with Russian funded radical groups needs to be addressed. Direct threats to us or to state is not acceptable.
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Shota Jun 14
: TV Pirveli reporter attacked on live. The channel have repeatedly urged interior ministry to ensure their journalists' safety. journalists had also complained about anti- rally participants obstructing their work
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Giorgi Tabagari 18h
Tbilisi Pride is a test for Georgia’s democracy via
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Onnik J. Krikorian 21h
Still editing video from last night's rally by ultra-conservative demagogue Levan Vasadze. After making threats against Georgian citizens, his ego inflated more. This is how he left – a cynical theatrical performance from a self-styled 'Knight' with wooden cross.
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Stewart McDonald MP Jun 14
marchers offered the safety of a bus ride but instead stay put and demand that the police protect and defend their right to liberty and equality. This is what fighting and winning looks like 🏳️‍🌈 🇬🇪
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Uиιтε LGBT+ Iяεlαиd Jun 16
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Dato Parulava 21h
PM said rights issue is 'artificially forced', boasted about 'progress' in , tho 2 days ago activists were seized by aggressive homophobic mob. Shoutout to western media: Cover , help us make gov take responsibility
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JAMnews 22h
🇬🇪 Georgian police have launched an investigation after Georgian businessman Levan called for the creation of semi-militia groups to patrol the streets of Tbilisi in the coming days in order to prevent the holding of -related events.
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DFWatch 19h
supporters were joining his anti-, anti- vigilante squadrons dubbed as "people's legion" at Vere Garden in Tbilisi center on Monday. photo
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rayhan demytrie Jun 14
Orthodox Church issued a statement today describing planned for June 18-23 as “sodomite sin” “absolutely unacceptable” urging the government not to allow it to happen.
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Shota 17h
: Interior Ministry is against March of Dignity citing public safety, according to Public Defender Nino Lomjaria. Georgian Orthodox Church said today that queer activists, their allies eventually empower opponents of Georgia's 'pro-Western orientation'. More coming
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Maka Meshveliani Jun 15
A detailed account of events leading to impromptu (attempted) rally countered by homophobes. I would add yesterday's statement of Patriarch of Orthodox Church urging the govt of not to allow upcoming led to protest in
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DFWatch 17h
of issues another strict anti- statement saying that "multiple forces want to use small LGBT group for certain purposes, (which include) political goals and the desire to damage the name of the Church."
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OC Media Jun 14
Replying to @OCMediaorg
Several more conservative counter protesters have been arrested after clashing with police.
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Gleb Kretinin 1h
I'm struggling to comprehend this: A far right Russia-linked billionaire thanked Interior Minister for abandoning the protection of ?
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Tobias Larsson 1h
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Onnik J. Krikorian 23h
And rightly so. In light of Vasadze’s threats, it is clear must go ahead. This is vital for the further democratisation of Georgia. Police investigate calls to form groups to prevent LGBT events from taking place in Tbilisi
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Onnik J. Krikorian Jun 16
Replying to @onewmphoto
This is really significant because it means the ultra-nationalist conservatives are so far not as strong as they hoped. Secondly, they didn't march which means that they're not as boisterous and as potentially threatening as I initially feared. 2/4
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Onnik J. Krikorian 16h
"Creation and leading of such groupings is punishable by 6 to 12 years in prison.” MIA investigates Vasadze over forming a vigilante group via
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Tamada Tales 15h
anti-gay militias threaten to disrupt pride in Tbilisi
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