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Labourites to protest the NDI survey’s result2010-05-12 11:10
Nestan Kirtadze, the international secretary of Georgian Labourites, said the movement intends to write a letter of protest to NDI, which published results of a survey in Georgia - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"When various national TV channels published results of the aforesaid survey, on behalf of the Labour party of Georgia I called into a Tbilisi office of NDI and rendered the managers our protest," she said and added the international secretariat of the party is working on a special statement to be sent to Washington.
Kirtadze highlighted the results of the survey published by NDI are "farce" and "fully rigged."
"They serve for preservation of Saakashvili autocratic regime, - she said. - NDI, like other American organisations, turned into an international centre of struggle for preservation of Saakashvili autocratic regime."
Yesterday Georgian TV companies published results of the survey conducted by the national Democratic institute from April 11th to 26th with 2378 respondents-Georgian residents.
The most important problem 59 per cent called working places 47 per cent - territorial integrity; 28 per cent- overcoming poverty; 25 per cent - increasing pensions. 15 per cent demand just elections, 7 - human rights protection.
16 per cent see integration into NATO as most important; 3 per cent - integration in the EU.
41 per cent stick to the view the country is generally developed in the right direction; 12 per cent believe it to be absolutely right; 16 per cent see it as wrong; 4 per cent - absolutely wrong. 26 per cent fully support integration into NATO; 36 per cent - partially support; 7 per cent partially disagree; 9 per cent fully disagree.
41 per cent of respondents called the most acceptable political force the ruling party [United National Movement], 10 per cent - Christian Democrats; 6 per cent support the Alliance for Georgia; 4 per cent - the Labour Party.