Repeat vote: 4 polling stations open for 4,280 voters

Overall various news outlets evaluated the Parliamentary Elections in Georgia as a success for a country that had proven its democracy and freedom. Photo by N.Alavidze/, 22 Oct 2016 - 11:13, Tbilisi,Georgia

Today's voting is underway in a calm environment, says Georgia’s Central Election Commission (CEC).

All four polling stations where a repeat vote for the Parliamentary Elections was needed are now open where people can go and cast their vote.

A repeat vote was needed after votes were nullified due to incidents on Election Day at the following four polling stations:

  • #48 polling station in Marneuli district in southern Georgia; and
  • #38, #79 and #108 polling stations in Zugdidi district, western Georgia.

The CEC said 1,436 people were registered to vote at Marneuli polling station.

As for the all three polling stations in Zugdidi municipality, a total of 2,844 voters were registered there.

At a press briefing earlier this morning, CEC spokesperson Ana Mikeladze said a large number of observers and media representatives were at #48 polling station in Marneuli district. She asked them all to carry out their responsibilities in a way that wouldn’t hinder the voting process.

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