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Observers Delegation of the Council of Europe Will Arrive in Georgia

24.05.2010
On May 30, the observers’ delegation of the Council of Europe will monitor the municipal elections in Georgia. The deputy minister of foreign affairs of Georgia Nino Kalandadze stated about it at the briefing today.

She said the 25-member team of the CoE from local and regional congress will observe the pre-election process as well as post-election situation in Georgia.

Nino Kalandadze said the monitoring group has visited Georgia for the second time. “The members of the group will be distributed in various regions of Georgia. The transparency of the elections is very important not only for Georgian citizens but for international community too who will have complete and unbiased information about the elections in Georgia,” said deputy minister.

The monitoring group will arrive in Georgia on May 26 and finish their mission on May 31.

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