Archil Jorjadze

Archil Jorjadze (1872 - 1913)  was a Georgian politician, one of the founders, and the main ideologist of the Georgian Socialist-Federalist Revolutionary Party.


Archil Jorjadze actively participated in the social and political life of the country. He received an invitation to Geneva to organize the Conference of Political Parties of Georgia, which created the "Socialist-Federalist Party of Georgia" - the first national political party in Georgia. He created the so-called theory of common actions, which was the theoretical basis for the consolidation of the Georgian national liberation forces.