The party of Saakashvili considers Georgian elections falsified
18:45, 9 October 2016

The party of Saakashvili considers Georgian elections falsified

Politicians claim that supporters of the ruling 'Georgian Dream "used violence and bribery

18:45, 9 October 2016

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The opposition Georgian Party of Mikheil Saakashvili, "United National Movement" (UNM) believes that yesterday's parliamentary elections were falsified. This was stated by one of the leaders of the United National Movement Nika Melia at the briefing, "Interfax-Ukraine".

According to preliminary results, the UNM seriously losing the ruling "Georgian Dream".

"The elections were rigged in all directions", - said Melia.

According to him, by the end of Sunday party will report on its concrete further steps.

"Now I refrain specify them, as we wait for our regional leaders, in consultation with whom  at the end of the day we will let you know what we will do", - the politician said.

Another leader of the United National Movement Giga Bokeria said that the party believes that during the elections there was not free will of the voters, but was an intimidation, as well as bribery, riots in order to maintain power.

The second number UNM party list, the wife of Mikheil Saakashvili Sandra Rulovs also states the facts of violence at polling stations.

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