OSCE/ODIHR prepares legal opinion on so-called foreign agents draft law in Georgia
Parliament sends draft laws within justice reform to Venice Commission and OSCE/ODIHR
OSCE/ODIHR delegation visits Georgia
Georgian Parliament Speaker writes to Venice Commission and OSCE/ODIHR
GPB to provide neutral, diverse election coverage, OSCE/ODIHR says
OSCE/ODIHR: Second round of local elections to be generally well administered
OSCE/ODIHR deems GPB election coverage as neutral 
OSCE/ODIHR: Local elections in Georgia competitive and well run, but marred by allegations of pressure on voters, vote-buying and an unlevel playing field
Ambassador Degnan: OSCE/ODIHR to be well-respected organization
OSCE/ODIHR to publish interim report on local elections
ODIHR to open election observation mission in Georgia
Vice Speaker: Recommendations of OSCE/ODIHR to be constructive
Parliament Vice Speaker on OSCE/ODIHR report
OSCE/ODIHR report: Public broadcasters mainly provided neutral coverage
OSCE/ODIHR publishes final report on October 31 elections in Georgia
Nino Burjanadze: No one on earth, who speaks of democracy, can order us to enter rigged Parliament
Executive Secretary of Georgian Dream – Election results are recognized by everyone except several defeated oppositional parties
U.S. Embassy shares OSCE/ODIHR’s initial assessment that Georgia’s parliamentary elections were competitive and, overall, fundamental freedoms were respected
Jillian Stirk: All five private broadcasters served political and business interests and were visibly partisan
Archil Talakvadze: OSCE/ODIHR report assesses Georgian parliamentary elections as competitive where all the fundamental rights have been adhered to