Central Election Commission determines numbers of election entities for October 31 elections

The Central Election Commission (CEC) has determined the numbers of election entities for the October 31 elections. CEC spokesperson Ana Mikeladze held a briefing about the above.

As Mikeladze noted, 47 election entities took part in the procedure.

The number of the election entities are as follows:

  1. Whites
  2. Bakradze, Ugulava, Bokeria - European Georgia - Movement for Freedom
  3. Nino Burjanadze - United Georgia-Democratic Movement
  4. Davit Chichinadze Tribune - CDM
  5. United National Movement - United Opposition "Power in Unity"
  6. Future Georgia
  7. Tamaz Mechiauri for United Georgia
  8. Davit Tarkhan-Mouravi, Irma Inashvili - Alliance of Georgian Patriots
  9. Gachechiladze - Green Party
  10. Shalva Natelashvili - Labour Party
  11. Socialist Workers' Party
  12. Movement for Free Georgia
  13. Reformer
  14. Bezhan Gunava - Georgian Choice
  15. Our United Georgia
  16. New Christian Democrats
  17. Irakli Okruashvili - Victorious Georgia
  18. Industry will save Georgia
  19. Political Union of Citizens –Our Georgia - Solidarity Alliance
  20. Georgia
  21. Free Georgia (Kakha Kukava, Giorgi Tsulaia)
  22. Georgia's Euro-Atlantic Way
  23. New Power
  24. Aleko Elisashvili-Citizens
  25. Free Democrats
  26. Eka Beselia - For Justice
  27. Giorgi Vashadze - Strategy Builder
  28. Georgian Roots
  29. Davit Chichinadze - Tribune
  30. Change Georgia
  31. Freedom - Zviad Gamsakhurdia Road
  32. People's Party
  33. National Democratic Party
  34. For Social Justice
  35. Conservative (Monarchist) Party
  36. Girchi
  37. Christian-Conservative Party of Georgia
  38. Unity of the Iberians
  39. Union for Pensioners’ Rights
  40. Unity of Georgian Nationalists - Gaioz Mamaladze
  41. Georgian Dream - Democratic Georgia
  42. Reformers
  43. Zviads’ Path (For God, truth and country)
  44. Georgian Idea
  45. National Democratic Movement
  46. Gia Zhorzholiani - Social Democrats for the Development of Georgia
  47. Zviad Dzidziguri - Georgian Conservative Party
  48. Choice for the Motherland
  49. Jondo Baghaturia - Georgian Group
  50. Progressive Georgia
  51. Political Movement of Georgian Veterans and Patriots
  52. Sergo Javakhidze - Euro-Atlantic Vector
  53. Traditionalists
  54. People's Movement - Christian Democrats
  55. Georgian March - National Movement
  56. Lelo
  57. Motherland
  58. Georgian Social-Democratic Party
  59. Georgian Unity and Development Party
  60. Development Party of Georgia

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