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CEC Starts Releasing Results, Claims its Website Under DoS Attack
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 2 Oct.'12 / 04:12

Chairman of the Central Election Commission (CEC), Zurab Kharatishvili, has said that CEC website suffered denial-of-service attack, which delayed upload of summary protocols on the web.

Results from 198 precincts out of total 3,766 were released as of 3:50am.

“Our website was under DoS attack, which has caused minor delays… but we were ready for such a scenario too,” Kharatishvili said.

So far released data represent results from only 5.26% of precincts and according to these results the Georgian Dream has in proportional, party-list race 51.62% and the ruling UNM party – 43.85%.

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