Row in Georgia over TV channel Rustavi 2
Georgia's president has suggested that his country's democratic image and international reputation are at stake as a row rumbles on about the country's main opposition television channel.
Rustavi 2 has been embroiled in a legal dispute over its ownership, which the opposition claims is a government attempt to shut critical voices.
The authorities deny any meddling in the case, but both the US and the EU have questioned the independence of the judiciary following a court order to replace the channel's management.
Rayhan Demytrie reports.
- From the section Europe