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What is your assessment of the elections?

Thursday, May 22
“Well, it’s difficult to assess the election results now, because we don’t know the final results yet. Let’s wait until the CEC makes a statement.”
Manana, teacher, 45

“I really didn’t expect Misha’s party to win 63 percent. I think that unrealistic. It means that our votes were rigged.”
Davit, banker, 28

“I was sure of the National Movement’s victory.”
Nini, student, 21

“I don’t know, I can’t tell you now, tomorrow everything will be clear.”
Nika, manager, 34

“It was unfair, there were lots of violations.”
Mari, student, 19

“If the opposition wins then it is fair elections, but I think Saakashvili has used every way possible to be victorious.”
Giga, architect, 42

“The National Movement is the winner, no question.”
Natia, economist, 33

“From what I saw in the precinct I voted in, everything seemed okay. But really, don’t know anything—nobody does.
Nino, student, 19

“I voted for the opposition, one of the parties, and generally I think the election process was okay.”
Misha, engineer, 35