Georgia's PM doesn't rule out second round of municipal elections in the country

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Tbilisi, Georgia, June 15

By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili does not rule out the possibility of the municipal elections in Georgia moving into the second round.

"Our political team's representatives are leading in all regions of Georgia," Georgian government's head told reporters on June 15 after casting a vote at a polling station in Tbilisi.

"We will once again prove that the election process in the country is being held in a democratic environment," he said, adding that it's no big deal if the elections move into the second round.

Georgian PM and his spouse had to stand in line in order to cast a vote at a polling station in Tbilisi. The prime minister voted at the polling station #11 in Vake neighbourhood of Tbilisi.

"I voted for the country's future, for its progress, prosperity and stability," Garibashvili stressed.

"We hope the elections to local authorities will be held in a calm and peaceful environment. We did everything for this," the prime minister said, adding that the government has mobilized all forces for the election to be held successfully.

"I would like to once again call on all political parties' representatives and their supporters to refrain from provocations and displaying emotions," Garibashvili added.

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