- Mom jailed over refusing son's circumcision makes tough call 2015-05-29 11:56
- Kerry sued over Hillary Clinton’s emails 2015-05-29 09:42
- A Website That Lets You Spy On Millions of People 2015-05-29 02:18
- Social Revolution In Ireland: 62% of Irish Voters Say YES To Gay Marriage 2015-05-29 02:11
- Killer robots will leave humans ‘utterly defenceless’ warns professor 2015-05-29 00:35
- Russian Air Force to Get at Least 50 New Strategic Tu-160 Blackjack Bombers 2015-05-29 00:21
- Chicago cops posed with black suspect wearing deer antlers 2015-05-28 13:40
36 parties to participate in the upcoming elections2010-04-05 10:19
On April 3rd the Central Electoral Commission finished admission of submissions from parties willing to participate in self-governance elections in Georgia. 36 parties submitted - Kavkazskiy Uzel.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The elections will be called on May 30th 2010.
CEC has two days to consider the submissions for registration. As for the candidates to run for deputies of the self-governance bodies, parties have time up to April 30th.
Leading opposition parties consult to introduce one pro-opposition character.
Yet the political parties present possible Tbilisi Mayor candidates. These are: Giya Chanturia [Christian-Democratic Movement]; Lieutenant General Shervashidze [Green Party], head of Dinamo sports club Nika Ivanishvili [People's Democrats]; Gogi Topadze [Industry to Save Georgia]; Irakli Alasania [Alliance for Georgia]. The latter is conducting meetings with population. Tamaz Vashadze, the ex-Mayor of the capital, is the candidate from Solidarity movement.
The National Council [includes 6 non-parliamentary parties: Movement for Just Georgia; Conservative, People's parties, Way of Georgia; Christian Georgia, Veterans' Coalition] hasn't already called its candidates. They intend to conduct a survey to determine the one candidate, and promise to do it in the nearest days.
The Labour Party and the National Forum don't participate in preparations for elections.