Elections in Georgia attended by almost 35% of voters. - CEC
The elections will be considered valid regardless of the number of voters
Today parliamentary elections take place in Georgia. At 08:00 local time (07:00 Kyiv time) opened 3645 polling stations, reported agency "TASS".
The will be considered valid for any voter turnout, the number of which, according to the CEC, amounts to 3 million 513 thousand 884 people.
Let us recall, the main struggle in the parliamentary elections in Georgia on 8 October will be between the ruling party "Georgian Dream - Democratic Georgia", which formal leader is the Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili, and the opposition political force of Mikheil Saakashvili, "United National Movement".
The turnout at the parliamentary elections in Georgia amounted to 34.79% at 15.00, stated the press-speaker of CEC Anna Mikeladze, wrote "Georgia Online".
"At 15.00 local time to polling stations came more than 1,222 million people, accounting for 34.79% of the total number of registered voters," - said Anna Mikeladze.
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