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Georgia Place for Much More protests amid claims of vote-rigging in election

Protests in Georgia are set to last this week over contested elections on Saturday.

The judgment Dream party won around 48.1percent of the vote also claims it’s sufficient seats to form a government by itself.

However former President Mikhail Saakashvili, who’s supporting the opposition alliance celebration United National Movement, has alleged vote-rigging.

“There are lots of precincts where Georgian Dream obtained 300 and votes where turnout was 50, 60 or less than 70 individuals. It is all about the newspaper,” Saakashvili said in a Facebook video.

Euronews Georgia journalist Tornike Koplatadze told Good Morning Europe that resistance forces”are likely more rallies in the coming weeks and days”.

He added, however, that the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has entire”congratulated Georgia for successfully and holding the elections”, despite mentioning”irregularities” and”worries” from the voting procedure.