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Ukraine to send documents of Georgian “monitors” to Prosecutor General’s Office2010-01-18 10:42
Central Electoral Commission of Ukraine will send documents of Georgian monitors to Prosecutor General's Office for check.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The issue of registration will be re-considered after the response of supervising agency, yesterday's sitting decided - RIA Novosti.
On January 17th Ukraine was electing the President. Previously 400 Georgian "monitors" had arrived in Donetsk.
Authorities of Donetsk were afraid these citizens intended to wreck elections.
Previously CEC re-considered registration of Georgian monitors and again rejected. CEC members decided to turn to Prosecutor General's Office.
It's yet unknown when the results of the check will arrive.
18 candidates ran for President of Ukraine. None managed to win 50 per cent of votes plus one vote, necessary to win in the first tour. The second will be held on February 7th: Viktor Yanukovich versus Yulia Tymoshenko.