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Parliamentary election will cost Georgia $ 17.5 million

2012-08-03 13:19

In the framework of preparation and carrying out parliamentary election in the country, which is scheduled on the 1st of October, Central Election Commission of Georgia will spend 29 million GEL (about $ 17.5), the News-Georgia reported. The CEC of Georgia adopted relevant rules and regulation on the public financing on August 2, 2012.


As stated by the head of the CEC of Georgia Zurab Kharatishvili, in addition to the issue of costs for the period of election, the Commission has considered and approved a number of technical issues. With regard to registration of political entities, as noted by Kharatishvili, at this stage 33 applications from the so-called "unqualified subjects", and parties which are not represented in the Parliament.

Recall, yesterday, Georgian Central Election Commission began registration of organizations for the observation of the parliamentary election, the News-Georgia reported.

"From today, the CEC of Georgia begins registration of observers. While it is very difficult to say exactly how many organizations will be registered in the Commission. We take into account the experience of the previous elections. During the election of local self-government in 2010, there were registered about 12 thousand of local and more than a thousand of foreign observers. We think that the order of these numbers will be similar", the CEC Chairman Zurab Kharatishvili said.

Georgian organizations should submit their applications till August 5, and foreign organizations - till September 21.

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