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Tymoshenko demands let Georgian monitors work2010-01-13 13:28
Yulia Tymoshenko, the PM and presidential candidate of Ukraine, demanded to let all international monitors work at the elections of January 17th, including the 2000 delegation from Georgia - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She believes that unless urgent measures are taken "fairness of holding elections in Ukraine will be questioned, and there will be no elections in Ukraine."
Ukrainian MP Nikolai Azarov [Party of Regions] stares Tymoshenko will use these monitors to organize protest actions - RosBalt.
"Tymoshenko intends to win via courts, via maidans," he underlined.
According to Azarov's data, out of the list of monitors, sent by Georgia, 90 are unemployed, several are police representatives.
Yesterday Central Electoral Commission of Ukraine refused to register international monitors from Georgia. It also declined a variant of compromise: cutting the delegation from 2000 to 400 people.
Seven CEC members voted for registration, whereas at least 8 votes were needed.
Information agency say the message about the refuse granted relief to Donetsk, which, as its Mayor had explained, was unable to receive so many monitors from Tbilisi.