On June 25-26, 2018, the CEC Training Center held the training on Electoral Systems and Gender Quota for the members of the Parliament of Georgia and Staff employees.
The above-mentioned training program was prepared based on a memorandum between the Staff of the Parliament of Georgia and the CEC Training Center.
The following key issues were the focus of the Training:
Givi Mikanadze, Head of the Staff of the Parliament of Georgia, thanked Tamar Zhvania, CEC Chair and Natia Zaalishvili, the Training Center Director, for organizing the training and underscored the importance of cooperation among the organizations in education.
“I believe that mutual support with state resources will be beneficial for the future and advancement of our country. I am convinced that highly qualified individuals working at the Training Center will address all topics falling in the interest of training participants in a competent and targeted manner. Notably, our cooperation is not limited to this one event and we will plan various other activities for good achievement with joint efforts” – Givi Mikanadze stated.
Ilia Nakashidze, Deputy Chair of the Parliament of Georgia, assessed the Training Program developed by the CEC Training Center. He noted that the training topics include all those key issues members of the Parliament are interested in and comprises theory as well as practical elements, which is especially interesting.
18 representatives of the Parliament of Georgia took the two-day training course.