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CEC of Georgia started preparation for parliamentary and presidential elections2010-06-16 10:13
Central Electoral Commission of Georgia started work on preparing for parliamentary and presidential elections to be called in 2012 and 2013 respectively.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In particular, a reform of electoral system is planned to let them be held in a democratic manner - Novosti-Gruzia.
At today's briefing Juli Giorgadze, the press speaker of the CEC, stated that despite municipal elections of May 30th received positive assessment of international monitors, CEC saw the directions for improvement, and therefore the reforms to hold more democratic elections in 2012-2013, are being conducted.
Yesterday CEC of Georgia drew final results of all elections, held on May 30th: elections to the representative bodies of the local self-governance [sakrebulo] and first direct elections of the capital Mayor were held on May 30th 2010; mid-term parliamentary elections.
The Commission confirmed the victory of Georgi Ugulava [United National Movement] - 55.2 per cent. The ruling party also won most mandates in the sakrebulo.
According to press speaker, to the next elections more active work must be conducted with national minorities, residing in Georgia, and also to create a mechanism to prevent concentration of political parties' attention on the capital alone.