TBILISI, DFWatch – An unprecedented 61 000 local observers will follow tomorrow’s parliamentary election, head of the Central Election Commission (CEC) says.
There are more than 33 000 representatives of election subjects and representatives of political parties in the district and regional election commissions, according to him.
“This is an unprecedented interest for Georgia, but there are all conditions for voters to express their own will,” Zurab Kharatishvili told Imedi TV.
111 different organizations will observe Monday’s election. 61 of them are international organizations, the rest are local.
Eka Azarashvili, a spokesperson for CEC, on Sunday said that the election administration is ready to conduct the election. She says all election precincts are equipped with appropriate equipment.
A media center will work 24 hours on Monday. It is prohibited to show paid or free election commercials and it’s also prohibited to publish polls.
The commission calls on voters not to wear t-shirts and accessories with a party logo when going to vote.
There are 3 719 precincts in Georgia, and 45 abroad.