Georgian First Channel holds draw, determines the order of political parties for program 'Debates 2020'
Georgian First Channel holds draw, determines the order of political parties for program 'Debates 2020'

Georgian First Channel held a draw today and determined the order of the political parties and their composition that will participate in the program ‘Debates 2020.’

Draw results are as follows:

Qualified subjects:

October 1 – Labor Party (10); Davit Chichinadze Tribune – CDM (4); Traditionalists (53); David Tarkhan-Mouravi, Irma Inashvili – Alliance of Georgian Patriots (8);

October 15 – Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia (41); Giorgi Vashadze – Strategy Builder (27); Movement for Free Georgia (12); National Democratic Party – NDP (33);

October 22 – Freedom – Zviad Gamsakhurdia Road (31); New Christian Democrats (16); Christian-Conservative Party of Georgia (37); Bakradze, Ugulava, Bokeria – European Georgia – Movement for Freedom (2); United National Movement – United Opposition ‘Power is in Unity’ (5);

October 29 – Nino Burjanadze – United Georgia – Democratic Movement (3); Political Movement of Georgian Veterans and Patriots (51); Free Democrats (25); Free Georgia (Kakha Kukava, Giorgi Tsulaia) (21); Industry Will Save Georgia (18);

Unqualified subjects:

October 6 – Motherland (57); Zviads’ Path (For God, truth and country) (43); Aleko Elisashvili – Citizens (24); Georgian Unity and Development Party (59); Georgian March – National Movement (55); For Social Justice (34); Georgia (20); Unity of Georgian Nationalists – Gaioz Mamaladze (40); Jondo Baghaturia – Georgian Troupe (49); Change Georgia (30);

October 13 – Gia Zhorzholiani – Social Democrats for the Development of Georgia (46); Bezhan Gunava – Georgian Choice (14); People’s Movement – Christian-Democrats (54); Georgian Union of Pensioners’ Rights (39); Georgian Roots (28); Georgian Social Democratic Party(58); Sergo Javakhidze – Euro-Atlantic Vector (52); Unity of the Iberians (38); Lelo For Georgia (56); Tamaz Mechiauri for United Georgia (7);

October 20 – Georgian Idea (44); Gachechiladze – Green Party (9); Future Georgia (6); Eka Beselia – For Justice (26); Reformers (42); National Democratic Movement (45); Development Party of Georgia (60); New Power (23); Choice for the Motherland (48); Davit Chichinadze – Tribune (29);

October 27 – Irakli Okruashvili – Victorious Georgia (17); Political Union of Citizens – Our Georgia – Solidarity Alliance (19); Conservative Party (47); Girchi (36); Our United Georgia (15); Progressive Georgia (50); People’s Party (32); Reformer (13); Whites (1); Socialist Workers’ Party (11); Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic Way (22).

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