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  • 2020 Georgia Election Live Blog: President, PM Cast Votes Oct 31, 2020
    Saturday, October 31 10:00 GMT+4 – PM Gakharia Cast His Vote Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia casting his vote: “I voted for a European, western state, formed on the foundation of democratic values, justice, & strong economy. No one can think of returning back to the past, I voted for the future.” 08:45 GMT+4 – President […]
  • Polls Open in Georgia’s Parliamentary Elections Oct 31, 2020
    3,657 polling stations opened at 08:00 on October 31 for Georgia’s parliamentary elections. There are 3,526,023 voters eligible to cast a ballot in the elections, including 14,170 registered abroad, according to the Central Election Commission (CEC). 127 special polling stations are available for voters who are hospitalized, quarantined, or self-isolated due to the pandemic. According […]
  • Opposition Views on Occupied Abkhazia, Tskhinvali Regions Oct 30, 2020
    The policy towards Russian occupation and the Moscow-backed regions of Tskhinvali and Abkhazia has been a burden for Georgian governments for decades, considering many blocks and impasses the question entails. It did barely make any headlines in the context of October 31 parliamentary elections, however. has asked six questions to some of the major […]
  • In Photos: Georgia Ahead of Parliamentary Vote Oct 30, 2020
    On October 31, the citizens of Georgia will vote for 150-member parliament through a significantly modified mixed electoral system with 120 deputies elected through proportional-party lists and 30 lawmakers elected as majoritarians from single-mandate constituencies. Following months-long protests in summer 2019, and lengthy foreign mediated negotiations between the ruling Georgian Dream and opposition parties, the […]
  • U.S. Embassy “Disappointed” with Rushed Conference of Judges Oct 30, 2020
    The U.S. Embassy in Georgia expressed its “disappointment” over the rushed decision to hold the Conference of Judges to select two new members of the High Council of Justice, the body overseeing the judiciary, “in the shadow of significant national elections.” “Important decisions with long-lasting consequences such as filling High Council of Justice vacancies should […]


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