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Georgian monitors can be allowed for the second tour2010-01-20 12:01
Yulia Tymosheno, the presidential candidate and the PM of Ukraine, appealed the decision of the Central Electoral Commission on refuse to register Georgian monitors. The case will be tried in Kyiv Administrative Court of Appeal, said Mikhail Okhendovsky, the CEC member - UNIAN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He expressed hope the court will study all the aspects and recognize actions of CEC as reasonable.
Okhendovsky also noted that Ukrainian CEC can register Georgian monitors for the second tour of presidential elections.
"If the due address from Georgia will be written in accordance with legal standards... it will, surely, be considered by CEC alongside with all other addresses without any discrimination," CEC member said.
He said that no address has from Georgian embassy been received by CEC. He highlighted that the last day to register foreign monitors was January 11th.
Okhendovsky noted that to a special explanation must be adopted to conduct additional registration of foreign monitors.
Last Monday all the delegates of Georgia headed back for Tbilisi.
The Party of Regions in the Ukrainian parliament demands on immediate investigation of the situation with 400 Georgian monitors.