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Government of Georgia calls transparency of elections the main priority2010-05-06 10:59
Conducting just and transparent elections in May 2010 was called the main priority by the government of Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was announced by PM Nikoloz Gilauri before the sitting of the government, held in Rustavi.
"Our purpose is full observation of international principles, and we do much for it," Gilauri stated.
According to his information, the government invited over 400 international monitors to ensure transparent elections.
"I want to strictly warn all persons employed in public sector to observe the Electoral Code accurately. The violation of the Code is punished by the law. It's very important not to use administrative resources at these elections. We must at maximum prove the whole world Georgia won't step aside from the democratic way it's following," the PM added.