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Janos Herman: Results of Media Monitoring Show More Balanced and Informative Media Than in 2012

Two days prior to parliamentary elections in Georgia, the European Union and UNDP unveil the results of election media monitoring.

The 2016 Parliamentary elections in Georgia are the first when the Association Agreement with the European Union is fully in force. Elections are always a test and Georgia has a great opportunity to consolidate the democratic gains achieved during the previous years.

“EU-UNDP media monitoring is a valuable tool to measure and highlight the media’s contribution to this process.  I am happy to note that the results show more balanced and informative media than in 2012,” said Janos Herman, Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia.