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Georgia Technically Ready for Electronic Voting

Tea tsulukiani

Avoiding long lines at polling stations could become a reality for Georgians in future elections as the country is technically ready to launch an online voting system. Today Georgia’s Justice Minister Thea Tsulukiani said Georgia was “technically ready to hold electronic elections” but added it would still take time to …

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Levan Kobiashvili Appointed as President of Georgian Football Federation

Levan Kobiashvili

Georgian retired football player, appointed as president of Georgian football federation.  Kobiashvili beated his opponents Rezi Arveladze and Mamuka Kvaratskhelia with 18 votes against 15. 33 delegates took part in elections. Levan Kobiashvili’s career began in his hometown with Awasa Tbilisi. Moving to play for Metalurg Rustavi, Dinamo Tbilisiand Alania Vladikavkaz …

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Azerbaijan Starts Nominating Candidates For Parliamentary Election

According to the schedule adopted at a meeting of the Central Election Commission (CEC) Azerbaijan has started nominating the candidates. According to the schedule, the election documents necessary for registration of candidates for MPs must be submitted to the district election commissions from September 12 to October 2 till 18:00 …

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Turkey to Hold Snap Election Nov.1

Turkey Elections

Early parliamentary election in Turkey will be held Nov.1, the head of the Supreme Electoral Council of Turkey Sadi Guven said Aug.25, the Turkish news TV channel TRT Haber reported. “In accordance with the Constitution, early parliamentary election will be held in Turkey,” Guven told reporters in Ankara. “The date …

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Tsipras Resigns and Calls Snap Elections


“I’m putting everything I’ve done [in the past seven months] to the judgment of the Greek people,” Mr Tsipras said. His move makes way for the appointment of an interim administration to oversee an election likely to be held on September 20, officials said. Fresh elections — called on the …

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