The Georgian government is hoping some of the credit it has garnered in early efforts fighting the coronavirus pandemic that is ravaging the world can help it later this year during parliamentary elections.
Praise was given for the ruling Georgian Dream’s early order to lock down the country, where there have been a meager 496 infections and six deaths connected to COVID-19 as of April 27.
The plaudits from some quarters for its coronavirus efforts have boosted the image of the battered party ahead of elections that must be held by October…
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