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02-06-2010

ECMI issues report on election observations in Georgia’s local elections

On 30 May 2010, the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) conducted election observations in Georgia’s local elections. The elections saw the buy viagra cheap participation of 24 political parties and discounted cialis online follow two successive elections in 2008 (presidential in January and viagra samples parliamentary in May) that many opposition parties claim were rigged. ECMI’s Election Monitoring Report provides an account of observations in the cialis professional 100 mg Dmanisi district (DEC #24). In its Report, ECMI’s office in Georgia notes that overall the cialis testimonial elections in the monitored PEC took place without any major violations of the canadian pharmacy cialis Georgia Election Code. Only two complaints on violations were submitted to PECs.

For more information see ECMI’s Report at: ECMI Reports

ECMI’s election monitoring is carried out as part of its project in Georgia Enhancing minority governance and get cialis developing civil society in minority regions (2008-2009) funded by the one day delivery cialis Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Since 2003, ECMI has assisted the Georgian state structures in improving the integration and viagra no prescription protection of its national minorities in the Georgian society and viagra available in india to fulfill Georgia’s commitments to the Council of Europe. This is done by capacity building, legal advice, training and viagra no prescription other activities.

Get more information about ECMI Georgia at www.ecmigeorgia.org

Place and buy cialis no prescription required Date: Georgia, 30 May 2010
Further information: Tom Trier, E-mail trier@ecmigeorgia.org

ECMI founders:

The German Federal GovernmentThe German
Federal Government
The Danish GovernmentThe Danish
Government
The Federal State Schleswig-HolsteinThe Federal State
Schleswig-Holstein