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PACE monitors won’t attend elections of May 30th in Georgia2010-03-23 10:07
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe won't send its monitors at the local authorities' elections of May 30th in Georgia, yet the monitoring will be conducted by OSCE monitors, said rapporteur Mathias Eorsi - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He explained that PACE has its own rules, and it doesn't monitor elections. Eorsi also expressed hope that Tbilisi Mayor elections will be held better than previous elections in Georgia.
The PACE delegation [Mathias Eorsi and Kastriot Islami] also met with central Electoral Commission of Georgia chairman, Zurab Kharatishvili.
One of the issues discussed at that meeting were lists of electors and process of their inspection, in which participated main opposition parties of country.