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Minister of Internal affairs met with representatives of the diplomatic corps

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The FINANCIAL — Under the initiative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, meeting was held with representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Georgia. Minister Vakhtang Gomelauri met with foreign diplomats along with his deputies. During the meeting, held at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the representatives of embassies and international organizations were proactively provided with information regarding developments that took place during the protest rally in front of the Central Election Commission building in Tbilisi on November 8. Representatives of the diplomatic corps expressed eagerness to get familiarized with preventive measures implemented and scheduled by the Ministry of Internal…

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Minister of Internal affairs met with representatives of the diplomatic corps

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The FINANCIAL — Under the initiative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, meeting was held with representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Georgia. Minister Vakhtang Gomelauri met with foreign diplomats along with his deputies. During the meeting, held at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the representatives of embassies and international organizations were proactively provided…

CEC: Preliminary results of parliamentary elections after counting 95% of votes

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The FINANCIAL — 95% of precinct summary protocols of parliamentary elections of Georgia is available for any interested person at the Central Election Commission (CEC) special webpage. In total, of 3 847 electoral precincts, results of 3626 precincts are counted.  Ana Mikeladze, the Spokesperson of the Commission, detailed the media at the news briefing held…

Facebook promises unprecedented transparency of political ads in Georgia

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The FINANCIAL — Facebook has responded to the appeal of Georgian NGOs on the launch of the Political Ad Library and Political Ads API in Georgia. 47 Georgian civil society and media organizations, sent an open letter to Facebook calling to take measures to prevent “anonymous, coordinated and sponsored political discrediting campaigns.” Starting in early August 2020, Facebook will require…

68 non-parliamentary parties submitted application for electoral registration

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The FINANCIAL — Deadline for some political parties to apply to the Central Election Commission (CEC) and obtain the right to participate in 2020 Parliamentary Elections has expired yesterday. The 2020 parliamentary elections will be held in a different manner. This system is based on 120 proportional and 30 majoritarian seats and a fair composition of election…