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Bidzina Ivanishvili has submitted majoritarian candidates in Tbilisi2012-07-19 16:50
July 19, Georgian billionaire, leader of the opposition political coalition "Georgian Dream" Bidzina Ivanishvili submitted the majoritarian candidates to Tbilisi districts, the NRegion reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Georgian Dream" has announced the launch of the election campaign in late May, not waiting for the official announcement of the date of the election and the official launch of the campaign. Candidates from the party of the former Georgian ambassador to the UN Irakli Alasania "Our Georgia - Free Democrats" represent the majority among the deputies in Tbilisi.
This time, the list of candidates of the "Georgian Dream" includes Tinatin Khidasheli (Sagarejo constituency), her husband, Republican Party leader David Usupashvili (Saburtalo district of Tbilisi), a lawyer Vakhtang Khmaladze (Didube district of Tbilisi), representatives of the "Free Democrats" Victor Dolidze (Chugureti district of Tbilisi) and Zurab Abashidze (Samgori district of Tbilisi), as well as others public figures.
According to the IA Regnum, Bidzina Ivanishvili also explained why the coalition has decided not to nominate a number of known and experienced candidates as majoritarian deputies. This list includes the republicans, brothers David and Levan Berdzenishvili, a former representative of the "New Rights", who left the party and joined the coalition Ivanishvili - David Saganelidze, leader of the "Industry will Save Georgia", businessman Gogi Topadze, leader of the "National Forum" Kakhaber Shartava, former Ombudsman Sozar Subari, spokesperson of the coalition Maya Panjikidze, and others.