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EU is ready to join electoral processes in Georgia2010-04-14 12:41
The EU is ready to be actively involved in electoral processes in Georgia and will render support in two fields: monitoring elections and monitoring mass media - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the data of the State Minister for European and Atlantic Integration office, it was stated in the letter from the EU leaders in response to the address of the government of Georgia.
On the order of President Mikheil Saakashvili the government of Georgia addressed the EU and requested monitors for all the stages of the self-governance elections of May 30th.
The letter also mentions the EU delegation and representatives of ISFED will sent 90 monitors 2 months prior to elections, each monitor to every polling station and one to CEC. In the day of elections 1100 monitors and lawyers, comprising 15 groups of ISFED monitoring will work.
Besides, the EU will implement the project of mass media monitoring, aimed at training of Georgian experts in accordance with international standards, and development of resources and opportunities of monitoring.
The results of monitoring of all the TV channels will be gathered, and once a week discussion will take place at Public TV. Training of journalists and editors of Public Broadcaster will be continued with support of BBC.