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National Council demands CEC to impose sanction on TV companies2010-05-20 17:20
The National Council of the Georgian opposition demands CEC to impose sanctions on Rustavi 2 and Imedi TV companies - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Previously Zviad Dzidziguri, Tbilisi mayor candidate from the Conservative party, stated these companies unfairly distribute air time for covering electoral campaign of different candidates.
According to the opposition's studies, both TV companies give much air time to both advertising and electoral campaign of the ruling party, and that's a serious violation of the existing electoral legislation.
In case CEC imposes no fines, the National Council promises to sue.