Baghaturia: The Georgian authorities are tightening the pre-election funding
According to the representative of the Georgian parliamentary group "Unity for Justice" Jondi Baghaturia, after appearence of the figure of the businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili at the Georgian political stage, the authorities began to tighten the country's financing. As the GHN reported, the oppositionist expressed this opinion yesterday.
"Several years we require to reduce the upper limit of funding the parties, in order to pre-elections funds "National Movement" did not exceed the funding of other election subjects by 200 times, although no one responds to it. Once Bidzina Ivanishvili and Georgian money appeared in Georgian politics, you took interest in this question and began to impose restrictions", Baghaturia said.
He also wondered about whether seven members of the Georgian Election Commission, appointed by the ruling party would sign the final act on the results of the election, in the case, if the opposition wins the parliamentary elections?
"Your members, in case of defeat of the "National Movement" won't sign the final act, and this, in turn, will lead the country towards civil confrontation. And this is what you want", Baghaturia stressed.