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National Council complained about the authorities to the OSCE observers2010-04-21 19:21
National Council of Georgia comprising six oppositional parties has acquainted the OSCE Observers Mission with the results of the pre-election environment monitoring.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Chairman of the Council Zurab Nogaideli told the journalists, the point at issue was the liabilities that the authorities promised to fulfill before the local elections to improve the pre-election environment, Trend reports.
For instance, Nogaideli said that the parliament did not make the amendments to the Electoral Code that were agreed upon with the opposition. The electoral districts were also formed without the opponents' agreement, and the video surveillance cameras were not installed there. Moreover, according to the former Prime Minister, the ruling party is using the budget means for its pre-election campaign.
"It is very important for us that the OSCE officials possessed complete and objective information on the pre-election processes, so that they could perform overall monitoring", - Nogaideli stated.