CEC: Preliminary results of parliamentary elections after counting 95% of votes

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The FINANCIAL — 95% of precinct summary protocols of parliamentary elections of Georgia is available for any interested person at the Central Election Commission (CEC) special webpage. In total, of 3 847 electoral precincts, results of 3626 precincts are counted. 

Ana Mikeladze, the Spokesperson of the Commission, detailed the media at the news briefing held today about preliminary results of parliamentary elections held by the proportional electoral system.

As Ana Mikeladze stated, the District Election Commissions (DECs) shall summarize the results of parliamentary elections of Georgia no later than November 11th, while the CEC shall summarize the results of parliamentary elections of Georgia at its session no later than November 19th. 

“Complaints submitted to DECs will be discussed before summarizing the results of elections. The administration will examine in detail all complaints and respond appropriately to each misconduct.

As of now, 450 complaints are submitted to DECs. Most of the complaints submitted to DECs were also drawn up during the day at electoral precincts, while complaints related to vote counting were submitted directly to DECs according to legislation. 

A vast majority of complaints refer to procedural deficiencies and the main requirement in 280 cases is to impose disciplinary liability measures against the commission members. However, complaints containing other requests were also submitted to the DECs, for instance, 45 complaints refer to annul the results of precinct, 16 complaints to annul the mobile ballot box, and 23 times is requested to draw up protocols of an administrative offense. 

We would like to remind you that according to legislation, the decision of the precinct election commission may be appealed to the upper DEC within 2 days. DECs shall consider the complaint and decide within two days after its registration with the DEC. The decision of the DEC may be appealed in City Court which shall decide within 2 days after its receipt. The decision of the City Court may be appealed within a day in the Court of Appeals, which shall discuss the complaint within a day. The decision of Court of Appeals is final and is not subject to appeal”, stated the CEC Spokesperson.

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Ana Mikeladze also informed the media in which case the second round of elections by the majoritarian electoral system are scheduled, – “according to election code, if no member of parliament is elected in the first round of elections held by the majoritarian electoral system, the CEC, in addition to the summarizing the first round, shall appoint the second round of elections, on the third Saturday after the elections – November 21. “

Preliminary election results as of 3626 election precincts:

Total Number of Election Precincts

Counted Election Precincts

(Number)

Counted Election Precincts

(%)

Annulled Election Precincts

3847

3626

94.26

 

 

Political Party N

 

Name of the Political Party

 

Results

 

Results

(%)

1

(Political Party) “Whites”

1976

0.11

 

2

Bakradze, Ugulava, Bokeria – “European Georgia – Movement for Liberty”

 

68548

 

3.79

3

Nino Burjanadze – United Georgia – Democratic Movement

15445

0.85

4

“Davit Chichinadze-Tribuna – CDM”

9495

0.52

 

5

Election Bloc – United National Movement – United Opposition, Strength is in Unity”

 

487376

 

26.94

6

“Future Georgia”

2537

0.14

7

“Tamaz Mechiauri for United Georgia”

2599

0.14

 

8

“Davit Tarkhan-Mouravi, Irma Inashvili-“Alliance of Georgian Patriots”

 

57580

 

3.18

9

“Gachechiladze – Greens’ Party”

1278

0.07

10

“Shalva Natelashvili – Georgian Labour Party”

18041

1

11

“Socialist Workers’ Party”

649

0.04

12

“Movement for Free Georgia”

697

0.04

13

“Reformer”

1980

0.11

14

“Bezhan Gunava – Georgian Choice”

2054

0.11

16

“New Christian-Democrats”

432

0.02

17

“Irakli Okruashvili – Victorious Georgia”

3587

0.2

18

“Industry will save Georgia”

1046

0.06

 

19

“Our Georgia – Solidarity Alliance of Georgia”

 

7828

 

0.43

20

“Sakartvelo”

1189

0.07

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21

“Free Georgia (Kakha Kukava, Giorgi Tsulaia)”

6096

0.34

23

“New Power”

1419

0.08

24

“Aleko Elisashvili – Citizens”

24252

1.34

25

“Free Democrats”

5045

0.28

26

Eka Beselia – Political Party “For Justice”

1955

0.11

27

“Giorgi Vashadze-Strategy Aghmashenebeli”

57006

3.15

28

“Georgian Roots”

1865

0.1

30

“Change Georgia”

1229

0.07

31

“Tavisupleba – Zviad Gamsakhurdias Gza”

2679

0.15

32

“Peoples Party”

982

0.05

33

“National Democratic Party”

555

0.03

34

“For Social Justice”

2695

0.15

36

“For Social Justice”

53447

2.95

41

,,Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia”

870453

48.12

42

Reformers

2629

0.15

43

“Road of Zviadi” (For God, Justice for the Country)”

1901

0.11

44

“Levan Chachua, Guram Palavandishvili – Georgian Idea” (For God, Justice for the Country)”

7979

0.44

45

“National Democratic Movement”

4460

0.25

 

46

Gia Zhorzholiani “Social – Democrats for Development of Georgia”

 

3979

 

0.22

47

“Zviad Dzidziguri – Conservative Party of Georgia”

2908

0.16

48

“Choice for Homeland”

503

0.03

49

“Jondo Baghaturia – Georgian Troupe”

942

0.05

50

“Progressive Georgia”

941

0.05

 

51

“Political Movement of Armed Veterans and Patriots of Georgia”

 

3058

 

0.17

52

“Sergo Javakhadze – Euro-Atlantic Vector”

418

0.02

53

“Traditionalists”

465

0.03

54

Ana Rekhviashvili – “Public Movement Christian-Democrats”

319

0.02

55

“Georgian March – National Movement”

4524

0.25

56

“Lelo – Mamuka Khazaradze”

57730

3.19

57

Patriots’ Order “Samshoblo”

756

0.04

60

“Georgian Development Party”

1467

0.08

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