TBILISI, DFWatch – Georgia’s Central Election Commission has signed a memorandum with seven local non-government organizations (NGOs) and the inter-agency commission about usage of administrative resources during the election period.

The signatory parties agreed to act according to the principles expressed in the document during administrative processes and trials.

The memorandum presents definitions of Election Code regulations regarding usage of administrative resources. This document was based on meetings between the election administration and seven NGOs, that were organized by International Foundation of Election Systems.

The parties agree to provide equal conditions for subjects involved in the election processes.

Among the signatories are International Transparency Georgia, Georgian Young Lawyers Association and International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy.