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Georgian Election Code and forthcoming Elections of Tbilisi Mayor and Local Self-Governmental Elections

30 march 2010 the meeting of members of the Election Code Working Group in the Tbilisi NDI office with students took place at the Library of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi state University. The topic of the meeting was ”Georgian Election Code and forthcoming Elections of Tbilisi Mayor and Local Self-Governmental Elections”.

The meeting was convened within the framework of the project “Improvement of Students’ Civil Awareness in Terms of Elections” of international Centre for Geopolitical Studies.

Deputy Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia Mrs. Rusudan Kervalishvili, Rector of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Mr. Giorgi Khubua, Mr. Luis Navarro, Director of NDI Office in Georgia, representatives of the Government, parliamentary and non-parliamentary opposition, as well as representatives from NGOs, attended the meeting.

Reports on negotiations conducted in NDI Office regarding the Election Code and the results thereof were represented at the meeting, the estimations of the sides concerning the acting Election Code were heard. The reporters answered the questions of the students and held the discussion.

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Project partners: Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University, Shalva Rcheulishvili Human Rights and Freedoms International Charity Foundation – Lawyer


Financial supporter of the project: Open Society Georgia Foundation.

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