CEC defines sequence numbers of electoral subjects for May 19 elections

The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Georgia defined the sequence numbers of electoral subjects registered for the May 19, 2019 parliamentary by-elections, Sakrebulo by-elections and extraordinary mayoral elections.

“16 political parties, one election bloc and 6 initiative groups have been registered for Parliament’s #1 single-mandate constituency, which is administrated by Mtatsminda election commission. April 19 is the deadline for submission of majoritarian candidates. In addition, 18 political parties and 6 initiative groups have been registered in 8 municipalities, while 18 political parties and 9 initiative groups have undergone registration for mayoral extraordinary elections in 5 municipalities. April 19 is the deadline for submission of candidates for extraordinary mayoral elections and Sakrebulo by-elections,” CEC Spokesperson Ana Mikeladze said at a briefing on Monday.

The electoral subjects registered for parliamentary by-elections, Sakrebulo by-elections and extraordinary mayoral elections have been granted the following sequence numbers:

N1 - "Movement the State for the People"

N2 - "European Georgia Movement for Freedom"

N 3 - "Democratic Movement - United Georgia"

N 4 - "Christian Democratic Movement"

N 5 - "United National Movement - United Opposition"

N 8 - "David Tarkhanmourav, Irma Inashvili - Alliance of Patriots of Georgia "

N 9 - "Free Georgia"

N 13 - "European Georgia - Free Democrats"

N17 - "Georgia"

N 18 - "Traditionalists"

N 21 – “Movement for Free Georgia”

N 23 - "New Christian Democrats"

N 24 - "Movement for Social Justice"

N 27 - "Political Platform New Georgia"

N 28 - "The Union of Restoration of Justice, the Voice of the Nation, the Lord is Our Truth"

N 31 - "Freedom - the Way to Zviad Gamsakhurdia"

N 33 - "Political Movement of Veterans and Patriots of Georgia"

N 35 - "Girchi"

N 38-National Democratic Party

N 39 - "Christian Conservatives"

N 40 - "People's Party"

N 41 - "Georgian Dream Democratic Georgia"

According to the current information, 18 NGOs, 5 media organizations and 3 international organizations will observe the parliamentary by-elections, Sakrebulo by-elections and extraordinary mayoral elections.