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Only 1409 Georgian citizens living abroad were registered to vote at the parliamentary election2012-09-13 12:24
According to the Central Election Commission of Georgia, only 42,613 citizens of 54,963 living abroad and consisting on the consular registration have the active electoral right, the IA Regnum reported. And as of September 10, 2012, only 1,409 voters have passed registration for participation in the election at the consular offices of the relevant countries.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The list of the citizens officially consisting on consular registration was provided to the CEC by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
As recalled by the News-Georgia, deadline for registration of citizens residing abroad in order to participate in the parliamentary election, scheduled for October 1, 2012, expires on Thursday, September 13, at 6 pm, according to the decision of the Central Election Commission of the country.
According to the CEC, to participate in the elections on October 1, the citizen of Georgia living abroad must consist either on the consular registration, or receive additional registration in the precinct election commission, opened in the state where they live, and then they will be put on the special lists of voters.