Georgia: Tbilisi Creating Black List for Soviet Political Elite, KGB Collaborators

Georgia has become the first post-Soviet country outside of the Baltics to ban former KGB operatives and senior Communist Party and Komsomol officials from holding public office. While many Georgians welcome the move, some critics worry that the measure could easily lead to civil rights abuses.

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Giorgi Lomsadze is a freelance reporter based in Tbilisi.

Georgia: Tbilisi Creating Black List for Soviet Political Elite, KGB Collaborators

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