The Green Party of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს მწვანეთა პარტია, Sak’art’velos mtsvanet’a partia) is a political party in Georgia. It is led by . Its success has varied - having 11 out of 235 members of parliament in 1992 and having been part of the governing coalition in 1995. When it stood independently in 1999 it only received 0.55% of the vote. It stood as part of Eduard Shevardnadze's coalition in the annulled 2003 elections.It believes that the 2003 elections were "the most transparent process in the history of Georgia".

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  • The Green Party of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს მწვანეთა პარტია, Sak’art’velos mtsvanet’a partia) is a political party in Georgia. It is led by . Its success has varied - having 11 out of 235 members of parliament in 1992 and having been part of the governing coalition in 1995. When it stood independently in 1999 it only received 0.55% of the vote. It stood as part of Eduard Shevardnadze's coalition in the annulled 2003 elections.It believes that the 2003 elections were "the most transparent process in the history of Georgia". In 2012 the party joined the Georgian Dream coalition, electing 6 MPs at the 2012 election and at the 2016 election and currently supports prime minister Mamuka Bakhtadze. The party is a member of the European Green Party and of the Global Greens. (en)
  • The Green Party of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს მწვანეთა პარტია, Sak’art’velos mtsvanet’a partia) is a political party in Georgia. It is led by . Its success has varied - having 11 out of 235 members of parliament in 1992 and having been part of the governing coalition in 1995. When it stood independently in 1999 it only received 0.55% of the vote. It stood as part of Eduard Shevardnadze's coalition in the annulled 2003 elections.It believes that the 2003 elections were "the most transparent process in the history of Georgia". In 2012 the party joined the Georgian Dream coalition, electing 6 MPs at the 2012 election and at the 2016 election. The party is a member of the European Green Party and of the Global Greens. (en)
  • The Greens Party of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს მწვანეთა პარტია, Sak’art’velos mtsvanet’a partia) is a political party in Georgia. It is led by . Its success has varied - having 11 out of 235 members of parliament in 1992 and having been part of the governing coalition in 1995. When it stood independently in 1999 it only received 0.55% of the vote. It stood as part of Eduard Shevardnadze's coalition in the annulled 2003 elections.It believes that the 2003 elections were "the most transparent process in the history of Georgia". In 2012 the party joined the Georgian Dream coalition, electing 6 MPs at the 2012 election and at the 2016 election. The party is a member of the European Green Party and of the Global Greens. (en)
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  • The Green Party of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს მწვანეთა პარტია, Sak’art’velos mtsvanet’a partia) is a political party in Georgia. It is led by . Its success has varied - having 11 out of 235 members of parliament in 1992 and having been part of the governing coalition in 1995. When it stood independently in 1999 it only received 0.55% of the vote. It stood as part of Eduard Shevardnadze's coalition in the annulled 2003 elections.It believes that the 2003 elections were "the most transparent process in the history of Georgia". (en)
  • The Greens Party of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს მწვანეთა პარტია, Sak’art’velos mtsvanet’a partia) is a political party in Georgia. It is led by . Its success has varied - having 11 out of 235 members of parliament in 1992 and having been part of the governing coalition in 1995. When it stood independently in 1999 it only received 0.55% of the vote. It stood as part of Eduard Shevardnadze's coalition in the annulled 2003 elections.It believes that the 2003 elections were "the most transparent process in the history of Georgia". (en)
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