Today, on April 2, by-elections of the Parliament of Georgia and the Batumi City Council are being held in two majoritarian constituencies.
The CEC says 135 polling stations are fully prepared for the by-elections, including 121 in Rustavi and Gardabani and 14 polling stations in Batumi.
By-elections to the Parliament in N12 majoritarian Ccnstituency in Rustavi became necessary after the majoritarian MP Nino Latsabidze became the Mayor of Rustavi. Regarding the issue of electing a majoritarian in the Batumi City Council in N79.04 local majoritarian constituency, it became necessary after Nugzar Putkaradze, a member of the National Movement, died shortly after the elections. Putkaradze was a member of the City Council from the Adlia constituency.