Guram Sharadze (Georgian: გურამ შარაძე) (17 October 1940 – 20 May 2007) was a Georgian philologist, historian, and politician. In 1995, he founded a small nationalist movement Ena, Mamuli, Sartsmunoeba ("Language, Homeland, Faith"). He was assassinated in downtown Tbilisi.

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  • Guram Sharadze (Georgian: გურამ შარაძე) (17 October 1940 – 20 May 2007) was a Georgian philologist, historian, and politician. In 1995, he founded a small nationalist movement Ena, Mamuli, Sartsmunoeba ("Language, Homeland, Faith"). He was assassinated in downtown Tbilisi. (en)
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  • Guram Sharadze (Georgian: გურამ შარაძე) (17 October 1940 – 20 May 2007) was a Georgian philologist, historian, and politician. In 1995, he founded a small nationalist movement Ena, Mamuli, Sartsmunoeba ("Language, Homeland, Faith"). He was assassinated in downtown Tbilisi. (en)
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