Elections to local self-government bodies are over in Georgia. The victory is celebrated by two competing parties at once – the ruling Georgian Dream and the opposition United National Movement.
Elections to local self-government bodies have ended in Georgia. Even before the announcement of the final results, the CEC began to celebrate their victory at once by two parties competing with each other.
Thus, the current mayor of the capital of the republic and the candidate from the ruling Georgian Dream party for this post, Kakha Kaladze, has already said thanks to the residents of the city, announcing his victory.
It relies on information from the exit poll of the pro-government TV and radio company Imedi. According to her information, the head of Tbilisi won over 51%.
At the same time, the head of the opposition United National Movement, Nika Melia, announced the defeat of his main rival in the vote for the capital’s mayor. According to him, a second round is ahead, and this is already a victory for the oppositionist.
He, in turn, refers to the results of the exit poll of the opposition media. According to them, both rivals received about 40%. The second round will take place if none of them get more than half of all votes.
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