Georgia’s Central Election Commission Acquires 7,000 bottles of Colorless Liquid for Marking Electors (edited)
The Central Election Commission of Georgia (CEC) acquired 7,000 bottles of colorless liquid for marking the fingers of the electors during the Presidential elections in the Country on 5 January, ITAR-TASS reports.
The Commission states that the liquid was produced in Canada and is safe for the health confirmed by the International Health Organization and is not contrary to dogma of any religion. The CIS states that the liquid is used during elections all over the world and is one of the approved ways to prevent the falsifications in the voting process. The liquid will be provided to all polling stations in and out the Country. Currently 3,655 polling stations have been established in the territory of Georgia and 44 - in 33 countries. In addition, the CEC stated that 3,800 detectors have been acquired to inspect if the elector passes the marking procedure in order to prevent the opportunity of voting repeatedly.