Australian woman murder case and polls – what not to miss on August 2nd

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An Australian woman is being investigated for premeditated murder

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The investigation into the death of Australian teacher Shanai Brooke has been reclassified within 24 hours of the body being found. The officers of the Tbilisi Police Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs are investigating the death of an Australian citizen under Article 108 of the Criminal Code (premeditated murder). “Law enforcers are actively conducting operative-investigative and investigative actions in order to identify and arrest the guilty person.” – said the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Initially, the case was initiated on the fact of illegal deprivation of liberty.

Polls continue on the case. As one of the colleagues of the deceased teacher told reporters, investigators are interested in whether he had enemies, whether he consumed drugs and whether he gambled.

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Kelly Degnan: “It is too early to talk about sanctions until all chances of fulfilling the agreement are exhausted”

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The US Ambassador to Georgia, Kelly Degnan, called the cancellation of the April 19 agreement by the Georgian Dream a disappointment.

“Every statement made by Georgia’s friendly countries, including us, shows how disappointed we are with the Georgian Dream’s decision to leave the agreement. This was the best guide, the result of 6 months of negotiations on the reforms that Georgia needs to implement. The main value of the agreement was the joint negotiation of the parties to implement reforms. We hope that the agreement will become the main structural framework for the parties to work together. Unilateral reforms are not enough, Georgia needs multi-party reforms. “We hope that the agreement will remain in force and will continue to serve as a guide that is so important.” – Said Kelly Degnan, who answered the question about the imposition of sanctions on the Georgian authorities as follows:

“It is too early to talk about sanctions until all other chances for this agreement are met.”

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The brother of an Azerbaijani blogger who died in Tbilisi is not allowed to leave Baku

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Azerbaijani journalist Afghan Mukhtarli reports that Hussein Bakikhanov’s brother, Teimur, will not be allowed out of Azerbaijan.

“Teimuri was detained at Baku airport today on his way to Tbilisi. He was asked why he was going to Georgia. He was later told he would be released after presenting his brother’s death certificate. It was a very illegal act. Citizens of Azerbaijan can leave the country for no reason. Hundreds of Azerbaijanis go to Tbilisi every day for no reason. “The refusal of Teimur Bakikhanov to enter Georgia raises even more suspicions that the Azerbaijani government is behind the murder.” – Afghan Mukhtarli writes on the social network Facebook.

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, an Azerbaijani opposition blogger jumped from the seventh floor of the Rooms Hotel on Kostava Street in Tbilisi on July 14 and died. The investigation into the death case has been launched under Article 115 of the Criminal Code, leading to suicide.

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Attempt Four: Parliament elects the CEC chairperson at an extraordinary session

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Today, the Parliament will elect the CEC Chairman and two professional members in the fourth attempt. This time 76 votes are enough to elect the chairman, which Giorgi Kalandarishvili will probably get.

In the previous, third ballot, the votes were distributed among the two candidates as follows:

  • Giorgi Kalandarishvili – 81 for, 7 against
  • Giorgi Santuriani – 3 for, 8 against.

The first ballot of the CEC chairperson required the support of 100 deputies. For the third time, at least 90 votes have been cast. In the fourth, 76 votes are enough to elect a candidate. However, the chairman elected with this support will only hold the post for 6 months.

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Moderna and Pfizer announce increase in price of coronavirus vaccines

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Pharmaceutical companies Moderna and Pfizer have announced an increase in the price of their coronavirus vaccines. This was reported by the Financial Times on the basis of contracts for the supply of vaccines. The publication says that the vaccines of both companies have proven their effectiveness.

Pfizer has risen in price by 25%. Now in the European market one dose of it costs 19.50 euros (the old price was 15.5 euros).

Moderna has increased its vaccine by about 10%. Recent contracts for supply to the EU state that the vaccine is priced at $ 25.50. At the time of the first purchase, its price was $ 22.60, according to the Financial Times.

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The Communications Commission did not fine Alt-Info, despite its obscenity – why?

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The communications commission did not impose a fine on Alt-Info, whose founders are known for their homophobic remarks, despite the obscenity. Information about the July 29 meeting of the Communications Commission was spread by the press service of the agency, where it was not mentioned that the channel had committed this violation for the second time in the last few months.

“Alt-Info” recognized him as an offender due to obscene programs on the air. The case concerns the programs “Alt-Interview” and “Alt-Analytica” published on the broadcast network of “Alt-Info” on July 5, 6, 7 and 12. “In these programs, obscene language was often used by both the presenters and the invited guests, and obscenity was reproduced.” – It was written in the information spread by the press service of the Communications Commission.

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Dissidents in psychiatry

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-One of the most inhumane and horrific methods used by the Soviet system against dissidents was to lock up healthy people in psychiatric hospitals and force them into treatment.

Academician Andrei Snezhevsky, one of the founders of the Soviet School of Psychiatry, developed a concept that the system could easily use against non-standard thinkers in general, including dissidents. Forensic examination of people with anti-Soviet views was easily sent to a psychiatric facility, where he was beaten by paramedics, injected with sulfosin (a sulfur solution with prolonged use, severe pain, immobility, muscle necrosis), psychotropic drugs, and insulin therapy. During this therapy, a large dose of insulin is injected into the patient’s body, which causes him to fall into a hypoglycemic coma.

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Nika beat Vladimir Putin in the World Cup final, Sasha – birthday. Roma’s “extremist” paintings make fun of his violent order.

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