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PACE rapporteurs met with Georgian NGOs2010-03-22 12:21
Mathias Eorsi and Kastariot Islami have been holding negotiations since this morning.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They has already met with Boris Vodz, the special representative of the CE to Georgia, then - with representatives of NGOs, working on the reform of the electoral legislation - Georgia Times correspondent.
After the meeting NGO members said they discussed the amendments to the Electoral Code, the upcoming elections of may 30th and the processes connected with them. Special attention was paid to use of administrative resources by the authorities in the course of the electoral campaign.
Then opposition leaders arrived at the meeting. Before the meeting Irakli Alasania, the Alliance for Georgia leader, said he intended to discuss the foreign threats and security issues with the CE representatives. They will also touch upon the issue of local elections.
He added opposition demands just elections and creation of the due electoral environment.
Alasania also intends to discuss the consequences of and the threats created by the video of Imedi on alleged invasion.
Other opposition leaders intend to raise similar issues.