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Election Date Changed Once Again

Published: July 4, 2013 | 8:01 am
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The date for the Georgian presidential elections has been changed once again. The President’s Office had initially announced Sunday 27 October to be the day when the vote would take place, before changing the date to 31 October. However, the decision to hold elections on a working day was criticised by the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Parliament, and by the NGOs. Holding the vote on a working day would have presented problems for many people to cast their votes, particularly for the Georgian citizens living abroad. Eventually, following consultation with the NGOs, 27 October was once again announced as the date of the elections.

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