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Georgian monitors, detained in Kishinev, returned to Tbilisi2009-07-29 12:49
Eleven representatives of Just Elections NGO, had been sent to Kishinev as monitors, returned to Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They arrived in Georgia by train via Turkey - Rustavi 2.
The Central Electoral Commission of Moldova granted the Georgian monitors no accreditation, as a result, Moldavian law enforcement structures detained them in the airport of Kishinev, together with other monitors without accreditation.
The NGO representatives said that in the Moldavian capital they were treated inhumanely: were left without food and water, were not allowed to leave the room or use cell phones.
Just Elections members, who had a status of permanent representatives in Moldova, also returned to Georgia.