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Tbilisi. Tbilisi City Hall allocates places in the capital, where special stands will be erected for election subjects and determines objects, where election posters are not allowed to be placed, the press-service of the City Hall reports on Tuesday, August 14.
The parliamentary elections in Georgia are scheduled for October 1 of the current year.
"Tbilisi City Hall determines places where all election subjects can use stands. As for sticking posters on buildings, pursuant to the Election Code, sticking posters n some of them is prohibited", a statement reads.
Namely, it is not allowed to stick posters on monuments of cultural heritage in Tbilisi historical district, on repaired buildings, state structures' buildings, religious worship buildings - churches, mosques, synagogues as well as on the territory of cemeteries and traffic signs.
"Besides this legislative prohibition, Tbilisi city government calls on political parties not to place election posters on restored and repaired buildings to protect their artistic and esthetic values", is noted in the statement.