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Georgian Parties Sign Election-Reform Memorandum After Months Of Talks

Georgian Parties Sign Election-Reform Memorandum After Months Of Talks
Anti-Soros demonstrations Tbilisi
Image by Henri Bergius

Leaders of Georgia’s ruling and opposition parties have agreed to a deal on election reforms after months of foreign-brokered talks and sometimes violent public unrest.

The March 8 agreement “represents a crucial step towards depolarization and normalization of the political environment in Georgia in the run-up to the parliamentary elections later this year,” the U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi said.

Opposition parties have complained that Georgia’s current electoral system unfairly favors the ruling Georgian Dream party. Changing it to a proportional one from 2020 was one of the demands of the thousands of demonstrators who rallied for weeks in Tbilisi in June and July 2019…

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