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OSCE to monitor local elections in Georgia2010-02-17 12:50
Though OSCE has no experience of monitoring elections of local authorities, Kanat Saudabayev, the acting chairman of the organisation, promised that its representatives would monitor the elections of May 30th in Georgia, our correspondent from Tbilisi reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The announcement was voiced at today's meeting with Georgian opposition representatives in Tbilisi- Marriott hotel.
The meeting was attended by representatives of both parliamentary and non-parliamentary opposition. After the meeting Nino Burjanadze, Democratic Movement-United Georgia leader said the main topics were condition of democracy in the country and security issues.
"All representatives of opposition unanimously stated that democracy in Georgia doesn't exist, and in conditions of the present-day government democracy and security of the country are in danger," Burjanadze said.
In the course of the 1-day visit to Tbilisi Saudabayev will also meet with Grigol Vashadze, the Foreign Minister of Georgia, and Speaker David Bakradze.