As Georgia’s opposition party – Georgian Dream - celebrates victory in the country’s parliamentary elections, the international community will be watching and waiting with interest - and concern - as prime minister-in-waiting Bidzina Ivanishvili – described by the ruling party United National Movement as a Russian stooge – prepares to lead his six-party coalition and promises closer ties with Moscow.

GEORGIA’S parliamentary election was a true victory for democracy.

Until polling day on October 1 2012, it looked as though the Western-backed President Mikheil Saakashvili’s ruling party, United National Movement (UNM), was heading ...

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Professor Stefan Hedlund
With its surprise election result, Georgia has shown that even in the midst of the violence and political turbulence that marks the Caucasus, there is hope for democracy
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