Sports Legislative in Georgia. Tight ballot, each camp claims the victory
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The result of the legislative elections is announced uncertain in Georgia. Exit polls are confusing, and both the ruling party and the opposition say they won.
The ruling party inThe ruling party claims victory and a union bringing together most of the opposition parties claim their victory this Saturday, October 31, in the legislative elections. At the time of the polls at the exit of the ballot boxes giving contradictory results.
The leader of the Georgian Dream Party, billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili, declared on television that his party had "won the elections for the third time in a row" in the parliamentary elections in this country of Caucasus.
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But his great rival in exile, former President Mikheil Saakashvili, claimed, also on television, that "the opposition parties had won a triumphant victory" .
A poll after the vote by pro-government Imedi TV gave the Georgian Dream Party 55% of the vote, while an estimate by opposition-backed Mtavari TV gave the latter 52% of the vote.The opposition ready to form a government
"The opposition parties must now form a government of national unity" , said Mikheïl Saakashvili, speaking from Ukraine, where he works for President Volodymyr Zelensky, fearing legal action in Georgia.
For these elections, which took place under the surveillance of OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) observers, the opposition has formed an unprecedented union against the party in power since 2012 and the popularity declining.The final results at the end of November?
Due to complex electoral rules, the final results could not be known until the end of November. Preliminary results should nevertheless be known after 9 p.m.
Georgia, a mountainous country of about four million inhabitants, is a rare democratic example among the former USSR republics but remains regularly shaken by anti-government protests.
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