Transparency International Georgia’s Report on Monitoring of Voting by Persons in Preliminary Detention, June 8
- Of the 1,193 persons held in preliminary detention, only one was able to exercise the constitutional right of voting in the local elections.
- Employees of penitentiary institutions voted in those institutions on the election day.
On 30 May 2010, Transparency International Georgia monitored the participation of persons held in preliminary detention in the local elections. The monitoring was conducted in all institutions where, according to the information supplied by the Georgian Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance, persons entitled to vote in the local elections were held in preliminary detention.