The second round of Georgia’s presidential elections will be held on November 28, according to the decision of the Central Election Commission which was announced today.
Wednesday, November 28 has been declared a public holiday in Georgia.
Voters will have to decide between the independent candidate supported by the Georgian Dream ruling party, Salome Zourabichvili, and Grigol Vashadze, the candidate of ten opposition parties placed second in the first round of presidential elections.
3,637 polling stations will open on election day for voters around Georgia, as well as 57 polling stations abroad.
3,504,082 people are included on the voters list in Georgia and 13,795 are registered abroad - 3,518,877 voters in total.
Georgians living abroad will be able to vote until 12 am, since the second round of the presidential elections will be held on a weekday.