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Financial Monitoring Service Started Investigation of the Event Organized by Christian-Democrat Movement

07.08.2012
State Audit Office launched administrative proceedings about the feast organized by the Christian Democrat Movement on July 31, 2012 for the population at the Memorial of Glory in Gurjaani.

“The State Audit Office will thoroughly study the activities of the political subject and its compliance with the Organic Law of Georgia on Political Unions of Citizens and will inform the public about the conclusion rendered on the administrative proceedings,” the statement of the Financial Monitoring Service reads.

On July 31, leaders of the Christian-Democrat Movement met their supporters brought by mini-buses from various districts of Kakheti region at the Memorial to Great Patriotic War in Gurjaani. After the meeting, the CDM served the gathered people with barbecue, cucumbers, tomatoes, bread and wine.

Expert of election issues Nina Khatiskatsi said any service provided to voters by any political party, including serving them with food, is bribery of voters that is criminal offence. 

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