Germany needsimmigrants per year These are external links and will open in a new window. Focus Gay rights is EU entry criterion, Brussels says But the PM, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, has promised that if Georgian Dream won the election, it would put the constitutional amendment back on the table. Brussels and Washington need clarity from Tymoshenko
But despite that, government proxies, who lobby on the marriage issue, are becoming increasingly hysterical, saying that LGBT communities threaten to destroy traditional Georgian values.
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Student, retired or simply can't afford full price? The president rejected this, on grounds that any referendum without the participation of the Russia-occupied Georgian territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia would be unlawful. Yulia Tymoshenko's contradictory politics raises questions about the direction she would lead Ukraine if she is elected president in March But the events also revealed an undercurrent - a clash between liberal youth and conservative far-right groups. But the PM, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, has promised that if Georgian Dream won the election, it would put the constitutional amendment back on the table. With LGBT people in Georgia fearing first and foremost for their day-to-day personal safety, marriage equality is a rather distant goal. Bidzina Ivanishvili, the oligarch behind Georgian Dream, championed gay rights back in Photo:
Theresa May's venture seems very similar to the attempt by Alexis Tsipras in to persuade Brussels to accept his terms for the bail out - a huge negotiation failure, presented to the public as the best possible deal. Until now, most Georgian politicians have failed to understand that, one day, they will wake up on the wrong side of the history. Imagine that people who live there say their daily problems are unemployment, poverty, inflation, and low pensions. Gay rights activists detained in Moscow Jump to media player They were calling for an investigation into alleged torture and detention of gay people in Chechnya. News in Brief Today, Brussels and Washington need clarity from Tymoshenko Indeed, every LGBT human rights group in Georgia has made it clear that marriage equality is not something that they are fighting for today.