Georgia delivers report about elections at PACE spring session
The head of the Georgian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe delivered a detailed report about the upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia and the pre-election processes in the country. Petre Tsiskarishvili delivered a speech before the European colleagues. He spoke about the amendments to the electoral code and all other reforms, which aim at fair and democratic conduct of the parliamentary elections.
`We have parliamentary elections in Georgia, which will be held in October, we have carried out a number of reforms to prepare free and transparent and fair election, first of all we have carried out the reform of the electoral code, which is very important, which has been a very inclusive process, with opposition parties and NGOs participating in it and this guarantees conduct of elections without mistakes. We are inviting representatives of international organizations as observers in order to prove that the gaps of the previous elections have been eradicated,` Tsiskarishvili said.
The head of the Georgian delegation has also emphasized the threats that accompanies the military training Kavkaz 2012, which Russia plans to conduct Georgia`s occupied territories and all other bordering regions.