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Speaker promises to punish officials interfering in elections2010-04-13 11:16
At yesterday's sitting of the parliamentary bureau Speaker David Bakradze touched upon the issue of the upcoming local self-governance elections. He gave positive assessment to the Memorandum signed between the Central Election Commission and NGOs. In this document the rules of using of administrative resources and the restrictions in the elections are strictly defined - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Speaker warned the officials that during the elections they should act, observing the law and only within their competences.
"I want to warn everybody that any attempt of interference and incorrect step from the side of stare officials will be strictly punished and we will be forced to use all the measures, foreseen by the law, against them", he stated - Parliament of Georgia official site.
The Chairman of the Parliament called on the political forces to conduct their activities in compliance with the Memorandum.
"We are interested in free, competitive elections without any violations. We all should take care to make elections transparent and democratic," the Speaker said.