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5 Georgian political parties have registered themselves for participation in parliamentary election2012-07-30 17:23
In Georgia, five opposition political parties have submitted application to the country's Central Election Commission (CEC) for participation in the parliamentary election to be held in the first week of October 2012. According to the CEC of Georgia, they are the "New Rights", "Merab Kostava Society", "Industry will Save Georgia", "Kakha Kukava - Free Georgia" and "Conservative Party", the RBC reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As recalled by the Caucasian Knot, in accordance with the Constitution, the parliamentary election in Georgia will be held in October 2012; the date of the vote has not been defined yet.
Parties that are not qualified subjects do not receive funding from the budget and have no representative in Parliament, must make application to the Central Election Commission in connection with participation in the election before August 1.
As for the qualified subjects, they must submit the relevant documents no later than 57 days before the election.
Qualified subjects are "United National Movement", "Labour Party", "Industry will Save Georgia", "Christian-Democratic Movement", "Conservative Party of Georgia", "People's Party", "Movement for Fair Georgia", "Republican Party", "Our Georgia - Free Democrats", "New Rights", "Kartuli Dasi", "Way of Georgia", "Freedom - the way of Zviad Gamsakhurdia", "National Forum" and "National Democrats of Georgia".