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Georgian Dream: Many emigrants have not opportunity to vote2012-09-07 12:40
Political bloc of Georgian businessman and politician Bidzina Ivanishvili "Georgian Dream" has appeared to the participants of the traditional meeting of the heads of diplomatic missions of foreign countries in Georgia, held in Tbilisi from 5th to 7th of September, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the appeal, the leaders of the bloc, who worked in the diplomatic service at one time, are asking the ambassadors to take all measures to provide Georgian emigrants, living abroad both legally and illegally, the opportunity to take part in the parliamentary election of October 1, 2012.
They emphasize that the majority of emigrants are not able to register at the poll stations because of the amendments into the order of the minister on limitation the time of registration. They also ask the Ambassador to extend the deadlines in order to give emigrants the opportunity to participate in the election. For those emigrants who live far from the offices of diplomatic missions, there should be established polling stations, especially since the election is scheduled on a working day, Monday.
Recall, Ivanishvili can be expelled from Georgia. The term of staying of the leader of the coalition of "Georgian Dream", businessman and politician Bidzina Ivanishvili, as a citizen of France, the EU member state, expires a few days after the parliamentary election in Georgia, which is scheduled for October 1.