The Central Election Commission of Georgia has calculated more than 90% of the data from the polling stations, according to which candidates from the ruling Georgian Dream party win in all 17 single-mandate constituencies in the second round of parliamentary elections.
According to the Georgian CEC, data from 90-99% of polling stations have been calculated in all districts, data from 88% are known only in one district, reports “RIA News”…
It is noted that Irakli Chikovani, the candidate from the Georgian Dream, won the most in the Zugdidi district, gaining 93.9% of the votes after counting 99% of the data from the polling stations.
Resan Kontselidze got the least support from voters in the Batumi district. 87.81% of voters cast their votes for him.
The second round of parliamentary elections in 17 single-mandate constituencies was held in Georgia on Saturday.
The first round of parliamentary elections in Georgia was held on October 31, 2020. According to the CEC, after counting all the votes, the ruling Georgian Dream party won 48.22% of the vote.
However, on November 1, the opposition protested. They refused to recognize the election results, accusing the CEC of falsifying the voting results.