Central and District Election Commission members sign code of ethics ahead of October 2 elections

Members of the Georgian Central and District Commission signed a code of ethics ahead of the upcoming October 2 municipal elections in Georgia, promising to remain fair, impartial and independent.

CEC President Giorgi Kalandarishvili signs the code of ethics. Photo: CEC Georgia / Facebook

Members of the Commission recognized and realized that these principles are very important. [By signing] document, we reiterate once again that we will respect the values ​​enshrined in the code of ethics, ”said CEC President Giorgi Kalandarishvili.

Earlier on September 1, the election administration and local observer organizations also signed the code of conduct promising to protect professional and ethical standards.

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