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IRI monitoring mission arrived in Tbilisi
10:16 28.09.2012
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In connection with the upcoming parliamentary elections, foreign observers are arriving in Georgia. IRI monitoring mission arrived in the city in the morning. 
Part of the international organizations and parliamentary delegations of other countries are already in the capital. The Election process will be monitored by NDI too. 
On October 1, the parliamentary elections in Georgia will be observed by 61 international and 50 local organizations. 
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