On November 8, 2020, the rally held near the Parliament of Georgia was monitored by two observers of the organization, who later moved to the Central Election Commission (CEC) together with protesters.
The Democracy Research Institute has been monitoring the participation of religious organizations and clergy in the pre-election campaign since October 15, 2020.
The de facto authorities of South Ossetia try to intimidate the local population with arrests and various charges in order to achieve more obedience.
Akhalgori is in danger of being left without the local population. The reason for the above is the new policy of the de facto authorities.
Monitors of the Democracy Research Institute observed a rally held by members of the Giorgi Vashadze - Strategy Builder Party on October 5.
Distance learning has made the threat of cyberbullying even greater, especially under circumstances when the state has not yet taken necessary measures to prevent or respond to cyberbullying.
The number of members of ultranationalist groups is growing day by day, which makes the threat posed by the strengthening of extremist forces real in the country.