City Court rejects United Opposition's complaint against date of elections in Georgia
The City Court rejected the United Opposition's complaint regarding the changes in the date of elections, InterPressNews reported.
According to the United Opposition, voting process in the middle of the week restricts citizens’r right to make their free choice, so the United Opposition accuses the Central Election Commission or breaching the law.
"It is unfortunate that the court did not have the power to take responsibility and clarify the articles of the electoral code so that to ensure the universal principle of all voters and to enable all voters, both in Georgia and abroad, to freely make their choice in a free election environment," Levan Bezhashvili, a member of the National Movement, said.
It is not clear yet whether or not the decision will be appealed to the court of higher instance.