Transparency International Georgia filed a total of 108 complaints in district and precinct election commissions in regard to the violations from the October 31 parliamentary elections. Out of these 108 complaints:
Transparency International Georgia monitored the 31 October 2020 parliamentary elections with some 600 local observers. The analysis of the 170 violations that we recorded and the 46 complaints that we filed makes it clear that the 31 October elections were a step back compared with the 2016 parliamentary elections.
According to Transparency International Georgia’s monitoring of the 2020 parliamentary elections, the process is taking place against the backdrop of certain confrontations in the second half of the day, although the situation remains calms in a majority of precincts. More violations have been observed compared with the 2018 presidential and the 2016 parliamentary elections.
According to Transparency International Georgia’s monitoring, the 2020 parliamentary elections are proceeding in a calm environment. A large majority of the polling stations were our stationary observers have been deployed opened on time. However, a larger number of irregularities have been observed compared with the 2018 presidential election.
Transparency International Georgia will observe the Parliamentary elections throughout the whole country
Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) will deploy 600 observers to monitor the parliamentary elections on October 31, 2020. Our static observers will cover 400 precincts throughout Tbilisi. In addition, 100 mobile groups are mobilized to observe the elections.