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TBILISI, October 1 (Itar-Tass) — Georgian Dream Coalition, which brings together six oppositionist political parties, is winning the parliamentary election in Georgia, says an exit poll the U.S.-based group Edison Research took Monday at a request from the Rustavi-2 television channel.
According to the results of the poll, the Georgian Dream Coalition has gotten 51% votes and the ruling United National Movement party of President Mikhail Saakashvili has received about 41%.
The Georgian Dream Coalition is led by billionaire businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili and comprises the Georgian Dream/Democratic Georgia party, the Republican Party of Georgia, the Free Democrats party, the National Forum, the Conservative Party, and the Industry Saves Georgia party.
The stated goal of the Coalition is “to create a more open and less centralized state in Georgia, reversing authoritarian trends in government, and integrating Georgia into the EU and NATO, while also improving relations with all its neighbors.”