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The Institute for Democracy in Eastern Europe (IDEE) has supported Georgia's democratic forces since 1989. In 2007, it began a web page devoted to following events and providing analysis of the Georgian political scene as the government under President Mikhail Saakashvili grew more and more authoritarian (see Crisis of Democracy, Crisis of State, and Crisis of Democracy Unabated). For the 2012 parliamentary elections, IDEE undertook a major international election monitoring program, organizing several pre-election and long-term observer missions and a short-term election observer mission of 80 persons from 11 countries of Eastern Europe and the U.S (see the observer mission's preliminary results and the Georgia 2012 Special Election Page). The pages below offers links to information, analysis and reports on the general and human rights situationin Georgia in the years 2007-09 and the situation following the pre- and post-2012 elections.

Crisis of Democracy  (2007)
Crisis of State (2008)
Crisis of Democracy Unabated (2009)
Georgia 2012 Special Election Page (full)
IDEE Election Monitoring Mission Section and Pre-Election Reports (link)

See also: Networking Women in the Caucasus Program (1999-2002)
                Centers for Pluralism Program (1992-2003)
                H E L P by Ivlian Haindrava (from Centers for Pluralism: Ten Years of Networking for Democracy, 2003)
Elections and Observers in the Caucasus by Ivlian Haindrava(2003)

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