Garibashvili announced a "big peaceful rally" of government supporters

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The ruling Georgian Dream party intends to mobilize its voters to participate in the second round of local elections – this is how Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili explained plans to hold a rally of his supporters tomorrow, October 27, who are planned to be brought from different regions of the country.
In an interview with journalists, Garibashvili noted that the meeting on Freedom Square on October 27 will not be a contract in response to the rally of the United National Movement party, which gathered about 50,000 people at the same place on October 14 demanding the release of ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili.
"We want to announce maximum mobilization so that all our voters go to the polls. Now is not the time to relax.
I know that everyone believes, including our voters, that we will win everywhere in these second rounds, but we want this to be a strong victory, so that we win with a big advantage in all municipalities.
It is for this purpose that we should hold a large peaceful action, not a protest, but a peaceful action," Garibashvili explained.
On October 30, Georgia will hold the second rounds of mayoral elections in 20 cities, and the majority deputies of Sakrebulo - in 42 districts.
According to the official results, the mayors of almost all major cities of Georgia, where representatives of the "Georgian Dream" could not win in the first round, will have to be determined in the second round: Tbilisi, Kareli, Khashuri, Kutaisi, Bagdati, Chiatura, Tskaltubo, Tsageri, Zugdidi, Tsalenjiha, Chhorotsk, Hobi, Senaki, Martvili, Poti, Ozurgeti, Batumi, Khelvachauri, Rustavi, Telavi.
The first round of municipal elections in Georgia took place on October 2. After counting the data from 100% of the polling stations, the ruling party gained 46.75% of the votes on proportional lists. The United National Movement is in second place with 30.67%. The third place was taken by the party "For Georgia", receiving 7.81%.

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Garibashvili announced a "big peaceful rally" of government supporters

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Read: 278     11:00     26 Октябрь 2021    

The ruling Georgian Dream party intends to mobilize its voters to participate in the second round of local elections – this is how Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili explained plans to hold a rally of his supporters tomorrow, October 27, who are planned to be brought from different regions of the country.
In an interview with journalists, Garibashvili noted that the meeting on Freedom Square on October 27 will not be a contract in response to the rally of the United National Movement party, which gathered about 50,000 people at the same place on October 14 demanding the release of ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili.
"We want to announce maximum mobilization so that all our voters go to the polls. Now is not the time to relax.
I know that everyone believes, including our voters, that we will win everywhere in these second rounds, but we want this to be a strong victory, so that we win with a big advantage in all municipalities.
It is for this purpose that we should hold a large peaceful action, not a protest, but a peaceful action," Garibashvili explained.
On October 30, Georgia will hold the second rounds of mayoral elections in 20 cities, and the majority deputies of Sakrebulo - in 42 districts.
According to the official results, the mayors of almost all major cities of Georgia, where representatives of the "Georgian Dream" could not win in the first round, will have to be determined in the second round: Tbilisi, Kareli, Khashuri, Kutaisi, Bagdati, Chiatura, Tskaltubo, Tsageri, Zugdidi, Tsalenjiha, Chhorotsk, Hobi, Senaki, Martvili, Poti, Ozurgeti, Batumi, Khelvachauri, Rustavi, Telavi.
The first round of municipal elections in Georgia took place on October 2. After counting the data from 100% of the polling stations, the ruling party gained 46.75% of the votes on proportional lists. The United National Movement is in second place with 30.67%. The third place was taken by the party "For Georgia", receiving 7.81%.

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