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Saakashvili avoided accusation of violating the Electoral Code2010-06-01 15:12
CEC of Georgia saw no violation in President Saakashvili's speech with propaganda of his party, the United National Movement, and its candidate, in a polling station in the day of elections. The issue was discussed yesterday at the first post-polling sitting of the Central Electoral Commission - Trend.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Opposition forces stated Saakashvili's action to be a violation of the Electoral Code.
Zurab Khaharatishvili, CEC chairman, said only TV advertisement in favour of electoral process participants was prohibited. "The President uttered his personal opinion about confidence in victory of one party and his candidate, and it wasn't advertisement," he said.
Also, in the course of the live air from the station inZandukeli street the broadcasting was stopped immediately at the moment when Saakashvili started talking about confidence in victory of his party.