The CEC has reported as of 15:00, the turnout in the second round of local self-government elections was 31.82%, which is 664,573 voters.
In the capital, the CEC reports the turnout was 30.8%, which is a total of 308,856 voters.
The highest voter turnout was recorded in Racha-Lechkhumi at 45.4%, with the lowest turnout in Mtskheta-Mtianeti at 26.9%.
Today, on October 30, the second round of local self-government elections is being held in Georgia.
The second round of elections is being held in 5 self-governing cities, 15 municipalities, and 24 constituencies. Citizens will elect 20 mayors and 42 majoritarian members of city councils.
The first round of local self-government elections was held on October 2.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze