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Eight people are going to fight for the Mayor’s seat2010-04-26 16:29
Eight Georgian politicians have stated their intention to run for the post of Mayor of Tbilisi. At the same time, according to the data of April 26, the Georgian Central Electoral Commission has officially registered three candidates for the post of the city administrator, New Region reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Nika Invanishvili was nominated by The People's Democrats party and David Yakobidze was nominated by Democratic Party of Georgia", - CEC informed.
Today, the United National Movement ruling party has nominated a candidate for the post of Mayor of Tbilisi: it is the current head of the city Gigi Ugulava.
They are going to be competed by former Georgian Ambassador to UN, head of Alliance for Georgia Irakliy Alasania, Georgiy Chanturia nominated by the Christian Democratic Movement (CCD), Gogi Topadze, leader of the Industry Will Save Georgia party, Zviad Dzidziguri from the National Council and Tamaz Vashadze from the Solidarity political movement.
Let us remind you that the local and mayoral elections will be held on May 30. The registration of the candidates for the post of mayor is to be completed next week, on April 30, a month before the voting day. It is for the first time that Mayor of Tbilisi will be elected by way of direct vote.