Georgia's pro-EU protests: What next after government drops 'foreign agents' bill?
Street protests have forced Georgia’s parliament to back down on a bill aimed at making groups with overseas funding register as foreign agents. Critics say it's a mimic of the law that’s on the books in Russia. We ask about a Georgian government that's on paper pro-European, but whose main backer first made his fortune in Russia. Why did lawmakers give in? What next for Georgia?
Show prepared by Imen Mellaz, Alessandro Xenos, François Picard and Clemence Waller
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