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ChatGPT | US could sanction Georgia politicians to `defend democracy' , 20 May
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As part of an effort at "protecting and securing democracy," the draft law would mandate sanctions against government officials and others who "have material responsibility for undermining or injuring democracy, human rights, or security in Georgia." It would introduce visa bans for politicians and the families of politicians who are responsible for the passage of "the recent Russia-style foreign agent legislation" targeting NGOs and media outlets that receive more than 20 percent of their funding from abroad.
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Zelesnk*s last "democratically elected" day in office? No!
yahoo! nv.ua | U.S. plans sanctions on Georgian officials over 'Foreign agents' law
"The Georgian government's decision to pass this legislation represents a step in the wrong direction," stated NATO spokesperson Farah Dakhlallah.

Dakhlallah also emphasized the importance of democratic freedoms, urging Georgia to "change course and to respect the right to peaceful protest."

< wipes tears>
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Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze stated on April 18 that the bill aims to prevent the "Ukrainization" of the country. In response, Ukraine's Foreign Ministry countered that the real threat to Georgia is Russification, not "mystical Ukrainization," and emphasized that derogatory references to Ukraine damage Ukrainian-Georgian relations.
by Cat on Mon May 20th, 2024 at 02:36:27 PM EST
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