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Georgian monitors were not allowed to Kishinev2009-07-28 12:13
A group of Georgian monitors, heading for Moldavia to work at early parliamentary elections, was yesterday detained in the airport. - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to International Society of Democracy and Just Elections NGO, 11 monitors from European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO) arrived in Moldova, but only Georgian ones were not allowed in.
According to the NGO, the official reason for the detainment was the absence of accreditation in the Central Electoral Commission of Moldova.
A the same time the organization states that no such accreditation is needed to cross the border.
Moldavian law enforcement structures state the incident is connected with active organizers of the color revolutions in a number of CIS countries are now heading for Kishinev.
Central Electoral Commission of Moldova representative said the consul of Georgia visited the airport and met with the detained.
The early elections in Moldova will be held on July 29th, over 2 mln people to participate, over 3500 local and foreign monitors to observe.