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Georgia’s president vetoes media law that has provoked weeks of protests

  • Georgia's president vetoed a "foreign influence" law that led to protests, causing Brussels to warn of harm to Tbilisi's European ambitions.
  • The veto triggered rare protests in Georgia, where over 80% of the population wants EU/NATO membership and opposes the Kremlin.
  • President Zurabishvili described the vetoed law as Russian-inspired and unconstitutional, resembling Russian suppression tactics.
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