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Clinton: we encourage all parties to work together constructively in the new parliament
11:14 03.10.2012
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The U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton released a statement regarding parliamentary elections in Georgia. 
According to the statement of Clinton, now that the people of Georgia have spoken, the United States encourages all parties to work together constructively in the new parliament to advance Georgia's democratic and economic development. According to the assessment of Clinton, this was an historic day for all Georgians and for Georgia's democratic future. 
“We support the OSCE/ODIHR election observation mission and its assessment that the Georgian people have freely expressed their will at the ballot box. And we urge the authorities to conduct the final count and appeals transparently and in accordance with the rule of law. We look forward to working with the new parliament, as well as the cabinet and president of Georgia to build upon our strong relationship and create a brighter future for the Georgian people”, - is said in the statement. 
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