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Presidential election has passed in Georgia W/ O rough infringements - conclusions of observers of the CIS

the Group of observers of the CIS led by the chairman of executive committee of Commonwealth Yury Jarovym recognised that presidential election which has taken place in Georgia on January, 4th, " have passed W/ O rough infringements ".

" On elections insignificant infringements took place, but it was from - for incompetences of committee-men, and these infringements could not affect results of elections " - Yury Jarov on Monday on a press - conferences in Tbilisi has informed journalists.

as he said, " elections have passed in Georgia at high level, but now it is necessary to work over perfection of legal aspect of the selective legislation ".

As other members of group of observers from the CIS consider, despite separate appeals to inhabitants of the Adzharsky autonomy not to take part in elections, here the population nevertheless has taken part in voting.

" Inhabitants of Abkhazia who in next Zugdidi have voted for the future president of Georgia have taken part in elections also. Inhabitants of South Ossetia participated in elections " also; - one of members of monitoring group of the CIS has told to journalists.

as one of the most serious problems who has not been solved during carrying out of extraordinary presidential elections of Georgia Yury Jarov considers absence of exact lists of voters. " under our data, on some sites more than 25 percent of voters have voted, having been registered under additional lists " - he has noticed.

" on the one hand it is Gud that from the population in this respect there were no complaints and all have granted the right to vote. But W another - it is bad that such considerable quantity of voters has appeared out of the basic registration lists " - Jarov has noticed. As he said - drawing up of exact lists of voters - one of the main things and serious problems of the Central Electoral Commission of Georgia. To execute it for the nearest two - three MTH quite really, - Jarov considers.