Updated on 05/23/12 to include additional official comment.
At first glance, you might easily mistake the soaring, glass towers, awash in neon lights, for swish hotels or nightclubs. But the buildings, now scattered throughout Georgia, are, in fact, police stations, and they are intended to show citizens that the country’s re-organized law enforcement organs have nothing to hide.
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Molly Corso is a freelance journalist who also works as editor of Investor.ge, a monthly publication by the American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia.