Central Election Commission of Georgia continues discussion of complaints after the October 1 parliamentary elections. Results from several disputed precincts will be discussed at today`s session. Yesterday, the CEC discussed three complaints. Observers were demanding recount of votes on N63, N28 and N12 polling stations, however, the CEC rejected their demand. Electoral administration left the results of the vote count on these precincts in force; however, the cases will be handed over to prosecutor`s office for investigation. The CEC administration also discussed the incident on N49 polling station, where the chairperson of the DEC ousted the Georgian Dream member of the commission from the polling station. The CEC instructed the DEC to look into the details of the incident. As for the precincts, where the results were nullified, the CEC will discuss today when and where the repeat polls will be held.
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili has confirmed that the detention of former Prime Minister Vano Merabishvili was briefly discussed at the meeting with diplomatic corps today. Prime Minister told journalists after the meeting that they mostly focused on the basic problems of the country and the ways for their solution.
Prime Minister has sent official document to the president to confirm the candidacy of Shalva Pipia as the minister of agriculture. The previous minister resigned from his position due to a scandal of machinations revealed in the ministry, which ended in detention of several employs.
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Chief prosecutor of Georgia has reiterated after the statement of the Prime Minister that the interrogation of the president was quite expectable. In the interview with the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper...
Vice Prime Minister and Energy Minister, Kakha Kaladze has confirmed that the investigation of one of the most high-profile murder cases - murder of Sandro Girgvliani has been over and he did not rule out that currently detained ex-prime minister Vano Merabishvili might face new charges for connection with this crime.
Georgian nationals residing in Germany assembled outside the Georgian embassy to condemn the violence that occurred during a two opposing rallies in Tbilisi on May 17. Local human rights NGOs were also present at the demonstration.
U.S. Secretary of State congratulates Georgian people on the Independence Day. The statement, John Kerry emphasizes importance of the partnership between Georgia and the United States. The official statement was published on the website of the Department of State.