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PACE rapporteurs met with Georgian opposition leaders2010-03-22 15:57
Mathias Eorsi and Kastriot Islami, PACE monitoring committee members, arrived in Georgia with a two-day visit, and have already met with leaders of Georgian parliamentary and non-parliamentary opposition.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The negotiations were held in the CE office in Georgia. After the meeting opposition members said they discussed the upcoming elections - Georgia Times correspondent.
Levan Gachechiladze, the Protect Georgia leader, said PACE rapporteurs that holding just elections in the existing electoral milieu is impossible. He explained the government of Georgia rigs elections, using government-controlled TV channels, exerting pressure in opposition's activists.
Nikoloz Laliashvili, the Christian-Democratic party representative, also discussed violations of electoral processes. He mentioned the ruling party actively used administrative sources, falsified electoral lists.