During the elections while counting the votes specific amount of ballot papers are declared invalid. We are introducing the statistics of the invalid ballot papers of 2016 parliamentary elections (proportional and majoritarian as well) and the same statistics of the elections since 2002.
Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) deployed 400 observers to monitor October 8 Parliamentary elections. Our static observers covered 300 precincts throughout the country. In addition, 52 mobile groups were mobilized to observe the elections.
At this point, from our observation, we can say that the 2016 election is going peacefully. The only exception was district 48 in Marneuli, where supporters of different political parties were mobilized on the district. They raided the polling station.
At this point, from our observation, we can say that the 2016 election is going peacefully.
At this point, from our observation, we can say that the 2016 election is going peacefully. Absolute majority of the electoral districts, where our observers are monitoring, have been opened on time.
01:00 - In the village of Jikhashkari (Zugdidi region) precinct 66.67 district 79 and 108, a group of people smashed ballot boxes and raided the polling station. Also in Kutaisi, nearby the precinct 49.59 district 90, opponents physically assaulted each other.