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Kukava: results of the survey are biased2010-05-11 16:06
In the view of Kakha Kukava, one of the National Council leaders, results of the survey, held by BDI in Georgia, are biased - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Results of the survey are quite logical, - he mentioned. - In all American surveys, held in Georgia over recent 20 years, the President and governmental candidates are leading buy a much greater per cent than in reality."
Kukava highlighted that in Shevardnadze's time Shevardnadze was in the lead, in Saakashvili's times it's respectively Saakashvili. "It will be till these authorities are gone," he added.
The opposition member reminded that in the course of elections of 2008 a similar survey was organized by an American organisation, and Mikheil Saakashvili received a greater, and Gachechiladze - a smaller figure than CEC data revealed.