We would like to comment on the incident that took place in Akhalkalaki on 30 October and involved an assault on several representatives of the United National Movement which, according to the injured party, was led by MP Enzel Mkoian.
By this time, our observers have reported up to 90 insignificant and relatively serious violations. We have filed 9 complaints. Some of the serious violations are following:
According to our observation, at this time the 2018 Presidential Elections are being held in a largely peaceful environment. Vast majority of the electoral precincts, where our static observers are stationed, have been opened on time.
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Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) will deploy 350 observers to monitor the October 28 Presidential Elections. Our static observers will cover 300 precincts throughout the country. In addition, 45 mobile groups will also be involved in election observation.
TI Georgia has been monitoring campaign revenues and expenditures of the presidential candidates running in the 2018 election. In the reporting period of 1 August to 15 October 2018, this effort has revealed several key findings:
Monitoring of 2018 Presidential Elections, conducted by TI Georgia from June 1 to October 20, revealed several negative trends in terms of misuse of administrative resources.