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Georgia's ruling party calls on all the party to sign pre-election declaration2012-07-16 16:42
Georgia's ruling party "United National Movement" in the run-up parliamentary elections to be held in the fall 2012, invited all political forces to sign the declaration to ensure free, fair and peaceful electoral process, the IA Regnum reported. The document identifies four basic rules of the campaign.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The first rule is to give up the violence during the election campaign, as well as hindering the implementation of actions and campaigns of other parties, and not to mobilize activists to carry out parallel actions, aggression at meetings with voters.
The second rule is the refusal of bribing voters. The third rule is the compliance with the recommendations of the CEC, non-governmental organizations and inter-ministerial commission to restrict the use of administrative resources. And the fourth paragraph of the Declaration states: "We take the responsibility of recognizing the results of the elections summarized by the CEC, and considered legitimate by reputable supervisory organizations".
A number of opposition parties agreed with the proposal of the "United National Movement", but some of them believe it is necessary to discuss all points of the declaration and to develop mechanisms for monitoring its compliance, the Caucasian Knot reported.
In turn, one of the leaders of non-parliamentary opposition party "New Rights" Manana Nachkebia believes that the country needs to ensure the safe conduct of all meetings, including meetings with voters. At the same time, she expressed party's willingness to sign the declaration.
Oppositional National Democratic Party, represented in the Parliament of Georgia, also intends to sign the declaration.