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Over 1000 to monitor elections in Georgia2010-04-16 10:22
The EU satisfied the request of Georgian authorities to send maximum European monitors to the self-governance elections. Today Audrey Grover, the head of the OSCE office for human rights and democracy mission, arrived in Tbilisi. She said the mission would watch the pre- and post-election periods as well.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Representatives of the mission will meet with the authorities, representatives of parliamentary and non-parliamentary opposition. Nino kalandadze, the deputy Foreign Minister, said "this format is important for eradication of any doubts in regard to the elections," and "it's important to show the world how the elections in Georgia would be held," - Regnum.
It was officially confirmed 90 long-term monitors will work, and in the day of the elections the number will soar up to 1 100. Also 15 groups of expert lawyers will work.
"The monitoring will be very serious to let no-one have doubts in regard to elections," said Vice PM Georgi Baramidze. He highlighted conduction of democratic elections "is very important for the Georgian democracy, for stable and normal development of the country."