CEC: "Georgian Dream" leading after counting 5.26 percent of data at parliamentary elections
Georgia, Tbilisi, 2 October / corr. Trend N.Kirtskhalia /
CEC of Georgia continues to publish the primary results of the parliamentary elections held on Monday.
According to initial information opposition coalition of Bidzina Ivanishvili "Georgian Dream" is leading with 51.62 percent of votes.
In second place the ruling party - "United National Movement - more benefits for people" with 43.85 percent votes.
The Christian-Democratic Movement of Giorgi Targamadze - 2 percent
The Labour Party of Georgia of Shalva Natelashvili - 1.05 percent
New Rights - 0.45 percent
Jondi Baghaturia Kartuli Dasi - 0.12 percent
The people's movement - 0.02 percent
Overall, the data are calculated from 198 sites, representing 5.26 percent of the total number of sites.
Parliamentary elections took place in Georgia on October 1, which were attended by 14 parties and two political blocks.
After the entry into force of amendments to the Constitution Parliament in 2013-will receive more authority, the rights of the head of state would be cut.