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Results of municipal elections annulled at 5 polling stations2010-06-04 10:45
Results of municipal elections annulled at 5 polling stations, stated Zurab Kharatishvili, CEC chairman - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to his information, 232 claims were submitted. 15 out of them were satisfied, 13 - partially satisfied, 63 not satisfied, 30 were refused to satisfy.
Reults cancelled at: Lagodekhi station #21 of the constituency #15; Mesti station #13 of the constituency #47; Sagarejoy stations #46 and 47 of constituency #11; Mtskheti #24 constituency #27.
At station #25 of Tsalki constituency #25; Tsageri station #32 of constituency #45; Oni station#15 of constituency #43 elections were held on population basis, as in majouritary system polling papers flaws were found. Majouritary elections will be held anew there.
Repeated polling will be conducted at the stations where elections were deranged or annulled - presumably, on June 12th.
On June 23rd CEC will draw final results of elections and will publish the final report at its site. Within 30 days after that municipal bodies must call the first sitting.