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Georgia’s parliament votes to approve so-called ‘Russian law’ targeting media in first reading

  • A bill in Georgia would mandate organizations receiving over 20% of funding from abroad to register as agents of foreign influence, drawing criticism for resembling Russia's repressive law.
  • Despite opposition boycott, ruling party members passed the bill's first reading in parliament, similar to Russia's law targeting "foreign agents," with 83 out of 150 votes in favor.
  • The bill, if approved, would force media and NGOs with over 20% foreign funding to register as "organizations pursuing the interests of a foreign power," sparking concerns of stifling dissent.
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