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Faces of Protest: People who animate Georgia now | Civil.ge
Spontaneous protests that sprung up in Tbilisi starting June 20 have baffled many observers. These protests do not respond to by now habitual image of Georgian politics, divided largely between two irreconcilable partisan camps – Georgian Dream and United National Movement – and endlessly fragmented further down. While party agendas are still present, current Tbilisi …