The second round of self-government elections in Georgia is over. Polling stations closed at 20:00.
According to the available data, the election process took place in calm conditions in most of the precincts, however, in a number of municipalities there was a confrontation between the supporters of the Georgian Dream and the National Movement.
At the end of the day, the situation became seriously tense near #62 polling station in Vazisubani settlement in Tbilisi, where the electricity was cut off.
Nika Melia, the opposition candidate for Tbilisi mayor, arrived at the scene to clarify the situation, and was attacked by a Georgian Dream activist.
The ruling party is convinced that the elections were conducted in accordance with the rules and procedures, while the opposition was engaged in provocations.
In the second round, mayors will be elected in 5 self-governing cities and 15 municipalities. 42 majoritarian deputies of city council will be elected in 24 constituencies.