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Georgia Passes Controversial ‘Foreign Influence’ Law Amid Mass Protests

Georgia’s parliament approved a contentious “foreign influence” law on Tuesday, despite weeks of widespread protests against it. The legislation, criticized for resembling oppressive Russian laws, received a final vote of 84 to 30. Critics argue it jeopardizes Tbilisi’s European goals, a concern echoed by Brussels. Demonstrations persisted outside the parliament building for over a month.

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