European Georgia presents party list for 2020 parliamentary elections

  • Leader of the party Davit Bakradze said their representatives in the list are not distributed consecutively, which means that voters themselves decide who enters the parliament. Photo: 1TV.

Agenda.ge, 29 Sep 2020 - 13:23, Tbilisi,Georgia

Opposition party European Georgia has presented its party list for the 2020 parliamentary elections.

Leader of the party Davit Bakradze said their representatives in the list are not distributed consecutively, which means that voters themselves decide who enters the parliament.

We are not a party where lists are written in cabinets, we are not a party where one, two, or five people decide who should be in parliament. We are not a party where people divide positions so that people do not ask for their opinion. We are a party where everything is decided by the opinion of the voters and the people. Therefore, the basic principle of staffing our party is party competition", said Bakradze.

The list of the party includes: Gigi Ugulava, Tariel Nakaidze, Gocha Gurguchiani, Levan Tarkhnishvili, Zurab Chilingarashvili, Arsen Karapetyan, Akhmed Imamkuliev, Irine Abkhazava, Giorgi Kandelaki, Zurab Chiaberashvili, Maia Katsitadze, giorgi Ghviniashvili, Sergo Ratiani, Elene Ozashvili, Malkhaz Pataraia, Irakli Kiknavelidze, Mariam Raminashvili, Otar Kakhidze, Irakli Abesadze, Lela Keburia, Giga Bokeria, Akaki Bobokhidze, Nino Goguadze, Zaza Kedelashvili, Zurab Butskhrikidze, Irma Nadirashvili, Gigi Tsereteli, Sergi Kapanadze, Khatuna Gogorishvili, Armaz Akhvlediani, Elene Khoshtaria, Slanva Shavgulidze and Davit Baqradze.

Our party is made up of people who have knowledge, competence, dedication, experience of the work done and the ability to understand the mistakes made... These people, this team and many more will fight everywhere, in every constituency, in every district, in every district and in parliament", Bakradze said.

The elections in the autumn will be held in a different manner from previous elections, with 120 MPs elected per the party-list based electoral system and the remaining 30 per the majoritarian electoral system. 

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