On January 12, Freedom House released its findings from the latest edition of Freedom in the World, the annual survey of global political rights and civil liberties. According to the survey’s findings, Georgia maintained the positions of 2008 year. On the components of political rights and civil liberty Georgia got 4 points (In accordance with research methodology 1 point implies the best score and 7 implies the worst), which defined the general status of the country as "partly free".
Freedom in the World 2010 reflects developments that took place in the calendar year 2009. The full survey, including the individual country reports, will be available in late spring 2010. For additional information please see.: http://freedomhouse.org/report/freedom-world/2009/georgia#.VC5lifmSw64
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