"Dream" and the National Movement staged a masquerade - Gakharia appreciated the elections in Georgia

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“Dream” and the National Movement staged a masquerade – Gakharia assessed the elections in Georgia

“Dream” and the National Movement staged a masquerade – Gakharia assessed the elections in Georgia

The ruling party and the “National Movement” staged a masquerade before the elections in the form of the arrest of Saakashvili, Gakharia believes 10/04/2021, Sputnik Georgia

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TBILISI, October 4 – Sputnik. The leader of the For Georgia party, former Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia called the recent elections to local self-government bodies a step backward for Georgian democracy. Municipal elections in Georgia were held on October 2: residents elected mayors and deputies to local government bodies. The Gakharia party will not support any candidate for mayor in the second round & gt; & gt; The Gakharia party, according to the preliminary data of the CEC, ranks third in Georgia after the “Georgian Dream” and “United National Movement”. The candidate from the For Georgia party was able to come out on top only in Tsageri. In the second round, Besarion Bendeliani will compete for the mayor’s seat with the candidate from the ruling Georgian Dream party, Giorgi Nemsadze. According to Gakharia, the elections were held in an unfair atmosphere, and the so-called roundabouts were systematic. As Gakharia noted, his supporters and party members, especially before the elections, were subjected to pressure, threats and black PR from the screens of some TV channels. According to the ex-prime minister, the election results were influenced by the masquerade organized by the Georgian Dream and United National Movement on October 1 – the arrest of ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili. As Gakharia noted, his party will be represented in all self-government bodies in cities and regions and will continue to act in the interests of Georgia. “The results of the elections showed that the Georgian people had an opportunity to fight against the bipartisan system. The interests of the state are very important for us. Its development. Every step we take will proceed from the interests of Georgia,” Gakharia said. According to Gakharia, he will be in the second round of elections. actively support their majority holders, in particular Besarion Bendelianai, who made it to the second round of elections in Tsageri. Both the ruling Georgian Dream party and its main rival, the largest opposition party United National Movement, are preparing for the second round of elections, which, according to According to preliminary data, the CEC will be held in 20 cities of the country, including Tbilisi, where no candidate for mayor could gain more than 50% of the vote. Subscribe to video news from Georgia on our YouTube channel.

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The ruling party and the “National Movement” staged a masquerade before the elections in the form of the arrest of Saakashvili, Gakharia said

TBILISI, October 4 – Sputnik. The leader of the For Georgia party, former Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia called the recent elections to local self-government bodies a step backward for Georgian democracy.

Municipal elections in Georgia were held on October 2: residents elected mayors and deputies to local government bodies.

Gakharia party will not support any candidate for mayor in the second round >>

The Gakharia party, according to the preliminary data of the Central Election Commission, ranks third in Georgia after the “Georgian Dream” and “United National Movement”. The candidate from the For Georgia party was able to come out on top only in Tsageri. In the second round, Besarion Bendeliani will compete for the mayor’s office with the candidate from the ruling Georgian Dream party, Giorgi Nemsadze.

According to Gakharia, the elections were held in an unfair atmosphere, and the so-called roundabouts were systematic. As Gakharia noted, his supporters and members of the party, especially before the elections, were subjected to pressure, threats and black PR from the screens of some TV channels.

According to the ex-prime minister, the election results were influenced by the masquerade staged by the Georgian Dream and the United National Movement on October 1 – the arrest of ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili.

“It was a special event planned by two political forces from the past. It was a masquerade a few hours before the elections,” Gakharia said.

As Gakharia noted, his party will be represented in all self-government bodies in cities and regions and will continue to act in the interests of Georgia.

“The results of the elections showed that the Georgian people have an opportunity to fight against the bipartisan system. The interests of the state are very important for us. Its development. Every step we take will proceed from the interests of Georgia,” Gakharia said.

According to Gakharia, in the second round of elections, he will actively support his majority holders, in particular Besarion Bendelianai, who made it to the second round of elections in Tsageri.

Both the ruling Georgian Dream party and its main competitor, the largest opposition party United National Movement, are preparing for the second round of elections, which, according to preliminary data from the CEC, will be held in 20 cities of the country, including Tbilisi, where no candidate in mayors could not get more than 50% of the vote.

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