Election in ex-Soviet Georgia seen as test of stability after violence



A close parliamentary election in Georgia on Saturday is being seen as a test of stability in the ex-Soviet state after a car bombing and a shooting marred the run-up to the vote.
Criss-crossed by strategically important oil and gas pipelines and traditionally buffeted between Russia and the West, a fifth of Georgian territory remains under the control of pro-Russian separatists and the economy is emerging from a deep slowdown, which has crimped living standards.
Opinion polls suggest the ruling Georgian Dream party, which is funded and controlled by the country's richest man, is likely to... read more

 
6 October 2016 in World News, Views: 38
Source: Reuters
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