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CEC chairman warned Georgian TV companies2010-05-28 11:45
Yesterday Zurab Kharatishvili, CEC chairman, addressed Georgian TV companies, and one more time explained the rules of covering the electoral campaign - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The pre-electoral campaign enters the crucial stage. Some political subjects express indignant of coverage of their campaign by Georgian mass media. Therefore the CEC of Georgia, in accordance with the law, conducts media monitoring with the help of three specially hired Georgian NGOs - BCG, Prime-Time and IPM, and Promova, the Ukrainian organisation. CEC calls on companies to observe the law on equal rights in distribution of air," Kharatishvili said.
He reminded that in accordance with the 3rd paragraph of the 73rd article of the Electoral Code of Georgia, one day before elections, after midnight, airing free or commercial pre-polling advertisement is prohibited.