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Opposition to resume protest actions2010-05-31 17:52
The Conservative party of Georgia and the People's party [parts of the National Council] claim the municipal elections on Sunday were held "under pressure and in atmosphere of terror."gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the press conference in Tbilisi leaders of the NC, including Zviad Dzidziguri, who lost the Tbilisi Mayor election, threatened to resume protest actions and "pressure from the streets."
According to Dzidziguri, the National Council starts consultations with opposition parties on calling snap presidential and parliamentary elections. "The elections were held under pressure and in atmosphere of terror. In other elections there hasn't been such total rigging," he said.
According to results from 451 polling stations:
Giorgi Ugulava [United National Movement, ruling party] - 53.3%;
Irakli Alasania [Alliance for Georgia] - 20%;
Giorgi Chanturia [Chrisitan Democrats] - 11%;
Zviad Dzidziguri [National Council] - 8.8 %;
Giorgi Topadze [Industrialists'] - 5.5%.
Proportional elctions to Tbilisi Sakrebulo [city assembly]:
United National Movement - 51.6%;
Alliance for Georgia - 16.8 %;
Christian Democrats - 13%;
National Council - 9.%;
Industialists' - 6.6%.
Results of self-governance bodies' elections: votes counted at 950 polling stations. UNM is in the lead with 61.2 per cent.
Christian Democrats - 12.1%;
Alliance for Georgia - 11.6 %;
National Council - 7.6%;
Industrialists' - 5.2%.
David Saganelidze from the New Rights party [Alliance for Georgia] is leading in the second constituency of Vaki district of Tbilisi. According to tentative data , he gained 41.14 per cent and by 74 votes ahead of Vakhtang Natsvlaiashvili [UNM candidate], who gained 38.46 per cent.