Georgia riled by new protests after parliament passes ‘foreign agent’ law

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Tbilisi, Georgia, in protest of the parliament’s passage Tuesday of what critics call a Russian-style foreign agent law. The ruling party approved the legislation despite warnings from Washington and Brussels that such a move might threaten Georgia’s partnership with the West. VOA Georgian Service’s Ani Chkhikvadze has more details from Tbilisi.

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