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Bakar Berekashvili is Lecturer in Politics and Critical Theory at the Georgian-American University, Tbilisi. His articles regularly appear on the website of the Georgian Public Broadcaster, where he works as a political analyst.
Here in Tbilisi, we’re preparing for mayoral elections in October. The race will be heated, but can the role actually change anything for the better?
Neoliberal dogma has taken root and, ahead of parliamentary elections next year, our political elites have nothing else to offer us.
Since 1991, Georgia has celebrated Independence Day annually on 26 May. But this national holiday only exposes the gap between elites and the people.
The disintegration of the Soviet Union has given birth to a new and difficult reality in Georgia.