The CEC and the Training Centre are developing various informational-educational resources for the Extraordinary and By-Elections to be held on April 29, 2023.
In order to facilitate the informing of election commissions’ members and other involved parties about the novelties received within the framework of the election reform, appropriate guidelines were developed, where the procedures for holding voting process using electronic technologies and without using electronic technologies are discussed in profile.
As it is known, holding polling process using voter verification machine and special electronic machine for counting votes, is planned for the By-Elections of the Parliament of Georgia and Sakrebulo, as well as Extraordinary Elections of Mayors of Municipalities - at 117 polling stations created in 10 electoral districts. Polling will be held without the use of electronic technologies at 47 polling stations created in 4 election districts for the By-Elections of Georgian Parliament and Extraordinary Elections of Mayors.
According to the type and procedural specifics of the elections, the information and educational resources prepared by the CEC and the Training Centre for District and Precinct Election Commissions, voters and other stakeholders, are available at the following links:
For the purposes of promoting an inclusive electoral environment, in cooperation with International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), informational and educational resources prepared for the Precinct Election Commissions, operating in the N41 Akhaltsikhe District Election Commission, for voters and other stakeholders, was translated into the language of ethnic minorities: