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Georgian parliament votes to override presidential veto of 'foreign agent' bill

  • Georgia's parliament has defied protests and criticism to pass a controversial "foreign agent" law, requiring organizations receiving over 20% of funds from abroad to register or face fines.
  • The override of President Zourabichvili's veto was widely expected, enabling the bill's passage into law, with the ruling Georgian Dream party pushing for the legislation.
  • The law, likened to repressive Russian measures, is seen as an attempt to control NGOs and media by forcing them to register as organizations acting in the interest of a foreign power.
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