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NGOs will monitor the manifestation of “Georgian Dream” in Gori
13:47 13.07.2012
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Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA) and the International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) will monitor the manifestation to be held by the coalition Georgian Dream on July 15 in Gori.


GYLA released special statement regarding the mentioned.


GYLA and ISFED remain hopeful that the assembly will be held in a peaceful environment and the authorities will observe legal guarantees for assembly and manifestation.


“The monitoring will be carried out within the frames of a long-term pre-election monitoring, which entails monitoring of public meetings organized by political parties as well as realization of freedom of assembly and manifestation.

Monitors will observe all developments in Gori and throughout the regions related to organization of the July 15, assembly and mobilization and relocation of participants”, - GYLA says. 

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