Georgia, Tbilisi / Тrend corr K. Ramazanova / The Georgian opposition has opposed the new Election Code and believes that the amendments made by the Parliament will create conditions for gerrymandering during the upcoming presidential election scheduled for 5 January.
"In case elections are falsified, we will make adequate constitutional measures and will continue fighting for a change of power through the Constitution," the unified candidate from the Georgian Unified Opposition Levan Gachecheladze, said at a press conference in Tbilisi.
Gachecheladze is a well-known businessman and politician in Georgia. He is called 'wine king'. Gachecheladze was born in Tbilisi on 20 July 1964. After graduating from the mathematics and cybernetics faculty in Tbilisi State University, he specialized in mathematical methods in economy. Representing the 'New Rights' election bloc, he was elected to Parliament through a majority system. He is an opposition MP and works in the financial and budget committee of the Parliament.