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Alternative CEC established in Georgia2009-11-27 11:38
The Georgian opposition established an alternative CEC.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Its task will consist of selecting a single candidate from the opposition during the mayoral elections in Tbilisi in May, Conservative Kakha Kukava stated today.
According to VZGLYAD, several leading oppositional unions of Georgia have agreed to nominate a single candidate who will be selected by way of inter-party elections.
CEC is expected to start work on December 1, while the single candidate will be elected at the end of February - beginning of March.
Votes will be counted by independent observers, Kukava underlined.
It is already known that besides Conservatives, the People's party, the For Fair Georgia movement and several other parties agreed to take part in elections.
Meanwhile, as was reported earlier by GeorgiaTimes, the Georgian authorities refused to raise the thirty-percent level at the mayoral elections, while the opposition insists upon 45-50 percent for greater legitimacy of the elected mayor.