19 political parties registered for Georgia`s parliamentary elections
19 political parties have been registered at the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Georgia for the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for October 1, 2012. The time for applying to the CEC for registration has run out. All qualified organizations have already applied to teh commission.
The CEC is now waiting for the list of the Georgian soldiers involved in teh ISAF operation in Afghanistan. The Georgian Defense Ministry is expected to provide teh full list of the soldiers.
In order to avoid any incidents, the soldiers are supposed to cast ballots one week earlier the scheduled Election Day.
Two polling stations will open in Afghanistan`s Helmand Province for the elections. A 7-member commission will observe the process.
Orthodox Christians mark the Good Friday today, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his Death at Calvary. Rites for the Deposition from the Cross will be performed in the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi on Friday.
Georgian Prime Minister`s Special Representative in Relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze has returned from Prague, where he held the sixth meeting with the Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gregori Karasin. Abashidze said they had agreed ...
Public Defender of Georgia Ucha Nanuashvili has addressed the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia, Giorgi Badashvili to investigate the facts of possible pressure, abuse, inhumane treatment, physical and verbal abuse, intimidation on the convicts held in the N8 prison of Tbilisi in time.
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28 political subjects have submitted the applications for participation in the self-government elections on June 15; however, only six of them have been registered by the Central Election Commission. The deadline for submitting applications to the CEC is April 19.
President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili has reviewed Georgia-Russia relations in the interview with the Reuters news agency. Giorgi Margvelashvili says that the current developments in Ukraine has raised the concerns of Georgia, however, the president rules out violence in any form and says that the world should halt Russia only by dialogue.