Frequency distribution (%)
Economic collapse21
Did not prevent wars in Abkhazia and South Ossetia11
Electricity shortages/blackouts9
Could not effectively govern the entire country7
1998 Abkhaz Fighting/Gali Events6
Criminal situation/ lack of law and order6
Corruption 4
Moved away from Russia3
Could not build strong state institutions2
Failed to engage west in conflict resolution bring 1
Could not close down Russian military bases 1
Other 5
The government had no failures2
DK22
RA2

FAILBEFREV: Largest failure of the Georgia's government from 1992 to 2003

Question text: In your opinion what was the largest failure of the government from 1992 to 2003?

Values:
  • Economic collapse
  • Did not prevent wars in Abkhazia and South Ossetia
  • Electricity shortages/blackouts
  • Could not effectively govern the entire country
  • 1998 Abkhaz Fighting/Gali Events
  • Criminal situation/ lack of law and order
  • Corruption
  • Moved away from Russia
  • Could not build strong state institutions
  • Failed to engage west in conflict resolution bring
  • Could not close down Russian military bases
  • Other
  • The government had no failures
  • DK
  • RA

The Future of Georgia 2020

The Future of Georgia 2020

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  • The Future of Georgia project aims to understand significant issues in Georgia's recent past, to think about where Georgia is headed. The project is run in partnership with the Carnegie Foundation for International Peace Europe Office and the Levan Mikeladze Foundation. The project was financed by the Government of Sweden.

  • Note: In some cases the percentages do not add up to 100 due to decimal points and rounding.
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