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Information on the parliamentary elections held in Georgia on the 1st of October 2012

On the 1st of October 2012, the parliamentary elections held in Georgia were monitored by over 1,600 international observers whom the Georgian Foreign Ministry had invited.

Following these elections, the monitoring organizations praised the elections as a whole. International observers - acting under the aegis of the OSCE and of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), and who included representatives of the Council of Europe, OSCE and NATO Parliamentary Assemblies and of the European Parliament' - referred to the parliamentary elections of the 1st of October as constituting an 'important step towards the holding of democratic elections'. The NATO Secretary General congratulated the Georgian people on completing 'free, competitive and peaceful parliamentary elections', whereas the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy commended the elections as showing 'a healthy respect for fundamental freedoms at the heart of democratic elections'.

The Foreign Ministries of the United States of America, Great Britain, Germany and Norway and many other countries expressed their satisfaction with the successful conduct of these elections in Georgia.

Please see the following links for more information:

Statement by the NATO Secretary General on Georgia's parliamentary elections

Joint Statement by EU High Representative Catherine Ashton and Commissioner Štefan Füle on the results of Georgia's parliamentary elections

Georgia takes important step in consolidating conduct of democratic elections, but some key issues remain, election observers say

Hillary Rodham Clinton on Georgian Elections

Statement by the White House Press Secretary on the Georgian Elections

Statement by Senators McCain, Liberman and Graham on Elections in Georgia

Georgian elections mark progress towards democratic maturity

Georgien hat gewählt

The UK Foreign Secretary comments on the outcome of the Georgian elections

MFA welcomes consolidation of the democratic process in Georgia

Statement by the Foreign Ministry spokesperson in response to the parliamentary elections in Georgia

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the elections in Georgia

MFA statement on the parliamentary elections in Georgia

The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic closely followed the preparations and course of the parliamentary election in Georgia

Evaluation by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of parliamentary election in Georgia

MFA's comment on the elections in Georgia

Foreign Ministry: Azerbaijan respects Georgian people's will

Israel congratulates the government and people of Georgia upon the recent free and democratic electoral process

Comment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey on the Georgian Elections

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