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62 More Voters Registered in Adjara Autonomous Republic

Mamuka Zoidze, Adjara

Like for the last parliamentary elections, there are still six election districts in Adjara Autonomous Republic for the upcoming Presidential Election. The leaders and members of the DECs were not changed, though the representatives of political parties in DECs were replaced.

Representative of the United National Movement in Batumi DEC Davit Gegiadze is still on the position; however, the UNM changed its representatives in all other five DECs.

Giorgi Kirtadze, head of UNM’s Batumi office: “Gegiadze is honest and impartial person. He knows election system and does not interfere in the party’s activities. Consequently, we did not replace him. As for our representatives in other DECs, it is usual process. Local leaders of the party decided replacement was better option.”

For the parliamentary elections of 2012, there were 304 868 registered voters in Adjara Autonomous Republic. In accordance to information published on the website of the Georgian Central Election Commission, the number of voters increased at 62 in Adjara and it reached 304 930. 

One more precinct was added in the autonomous republic. Namely, there are 45 precincts in Khelvachauri district. Chairman of the Khelvachauri DEC Omar Varshanidze said the added precinct was opened in Akhalsheni village: “The village was divided into two precincts that was caused by the increased number of population and geographic location of the village.” 
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