Kakha Kaladze: The elections will be held democratically, as was the case in previous years

29.02.24 14:30

No one will be allowed to interfere in the internal affairs of Georgia and try to cause trouble, - the mayor of Tbilisi, Kakha Kaladze, spoke to the media about this.


He commented on Salome Zurabishvili's statement, where the president talked about Russia's propaganda and possible interference in the 2024 parliamentary elections.


According to the mayor of Tbilisi, the elections will be held democratically and no country will be able to bring disorder.


"Elections will be held democratically, as was the case in previous years. Neither Russia, nor America, nor Europe, nor any other country will be allowed to interfere in Georgia's internal affairs and try to cause trouble. By the way, we had an example of this during the 2020 elections. We specifically remember ISFED (International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy) falsifying parallel counts. If we follow this story, we will see where they were financed, who was behind it, etc.


I repeat once again that no one will be allowed to bring tension to the elections. No one can change the government illegally. "Changes in the government should take place only through elections and people's decisions," Kakha Kaladze said.




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