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Counting of votes reinforces positions of the ruling party2010-05-31 13:00
CEC of Georgia continues counting of votes after elections of May 30th and publishes new data - Georgia Times in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to results from 352 polling stations:
Giorgi Ugulava [United National Movement, ruling party] - 54.47%;
Irakli Alasania [Alliance for Georgia] - 18.19%;
Giorgi Chanturia [Chrisitan Democrats] - 11.52%;
Zviad Dzidziguri [National Council] - 8.87 %;
Giorgi Topadze [Industrialists'] - 5.49%.
Proportional elctions to Tbilisi Sakrebulo [city assembly]: votes from 192 polling stations counted.
United National Movement - 51.21%;
Alliance for Georgia - 17.32 %;
Christian Democrats - 12.91%;
National Council - 9.91%;
Industialists' - 6.29%.
Results of self-governance bodies' elections: votes counted at 791 polling stations. UNM is in the lead with 63.47 per cent.
Christian Democrats - 11.82%;
Alliance for Georgia - 10.5 %;
National Council - 7.27%;
Industrialists' - 4.8%.