Today, on October 30, the second round of local self-government elections is being held in Georgia.
1830 polling stations in Georgia are fully prepared for the second round of local self-government, said CEC speaker Natia Ioseliani.
The second round of elections will be held in 5 self-governing cities, 15 municipalities, and 24 constituencies. Citizens will elect 20 mayors and 42 majoritarian members of city councils.
“The election administration is ready to conduct the elections in a professional environment, accessible to all and safe for health,” Ioseliani said.
As she noted the total number of voters for the second round is 2,088,722. The number of voters in Tbilisi is 1,002,525, of which 41,314 voters, registered in the Krtsanisi constituency, will participate in the elections using electronic technologies. At all polling stations, voters will have the opportunity to vote in updated design voting booths.
The first round of local self-government elections was held on October 2.