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Observers of Human Rights Center to Monitor Presidential Elections in Eight Regions of Georgia

26.10.2013

 

Human Rights Center will monitor Presidential Elections in eight regions of Georgia: Kakheti, Imereti, Shida Kartli, Kvemo Kartli, Adjara, Guria, Mtskheta-Mtianeti and Samegrelo. On October 27, 75 observers of the organization will be mobilized in the towns and villages of 29 districts throughout Georgia.

On behalf of Human Rights Center, election expert Nina Khatiskatsi will monitor the election in Tbilisi. In addition to that, she trained observers of Human Rights Center on election procedures. Representatives of international organization Norwegian Helsinki Committee also monitor the elections on behalf of the Human Rights Center.

Human Rights Center observes the Presidential Elections with financial assistance of the Open Society Georgia – Foundation, US Embassy of Georgia and National Endowment for Democracy (NED). The projects aim to monitor pre-election process and the Election Day. Part of observers will stay in precincts all day long on October 27; but we will also have mobile groups of observers, who will visit several precincts throughout the day.

Human Rights Center did not change its tradition and will pay particular attention to the polling process in the villages of ethnic minorities in Kakheti and Kvemo Kartli.

Journalistic component is significant part of the Human Rights Center’s projects. Our online magazine http://www.humanrights.ge/ systematically publishes publications about ongoing pre-election processes and violations prepared by our correspondents in different regions of Georgia.

Humanrights.ge will actively work on the Election Day and update the society about violations which will be observed by our monitors in different districts.

Human Rights Center will update society with the information about ongoing election procedures from the Media Center created with the financial support of the Open Society Georgia. Human Rights Center will hold two briefings in the Media Center at 15:30 pm and 21:30 pm on October 27. Next day, on October 28, at 14:00 pm the Human Rights Center will present final assessment of the Election Day.

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rojects on Monitoring of Election Processes in Georgia were funded through Democracy Commission Small Grants Program of the US Embassy in Georgia, by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and Open Society - Georgia Foundation. 

 

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