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The “National movement” leads in the proportional elections of Supreme Council of Adjara
13:12 02.10.2012
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The “National movement” leads in the proportional elections of Supreme Council of the autonomies republic of Adjara.     
According to the information of SEC, the ruling party received 47,8% of votes in Adjara, “Georgian dream” – 44,9%.  

“Giorgi Targamadze – Christian-democratic movement” received 4,3% of votes.

As for majoritarian elections, in Kedi region candidate of the “United National Movement”, Irakli Baramidze leads with – 46,44%. 

The next coming is Nodar Dumbadze – 44% - the candidate of the coalition “Georgian dream”. 

The candidate of “Giorgi Targamadze – Christian-democratic movement”, Nadzejda Gagnidze got – 4,91%.
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