Georgian Central Election Commission Announced Final Results of Parliamentary Elections
Georgia, Tbilisi / Trend corr. N.Kirtskhalia / The Georgian Central Election Commission (CEC) has announced the final results of parliamentary elections. The United National Movement (UNM) will receive the constitutional majority. Zurab Kachkachishvili, the news-speaker of CEC, stated in a briefing that four political organizations have entered the Georgian parliament by collecting 5%.
UNM takes the first place - 59.18%, the United Opposition-National Council -New Rights gained 17.78% votes, Christian-Democratic party - 8.66% and Labour - 7.44%. Seven people are needed to create a fraction in the new Parliament, which consists of 150 MPs.
The rest parties received the following number of votes:
1. "Georgian policy" (leader Gocha Pipiya) - 0.46%
2. Republic party (leader David Usupashvili) - 3.78%
3. "Right alliance: Topadze -"Industrialists" - 0.93%
6. "Georgian Sportsmen Union" - 0.19%
8. Georgian National Radical Democrats party (Shalva Kuprashvili) - 0.18%
9. Christian-Democratic alliance (Giya Maysashvili) - 0.89 %
11. Bloc - "Traditionalists - "Our Georgia" - Women Party" - 0.44%
12. "Our country" (Tamaz Gugunishvili) - 0.12%.
According to CEC, United National Movement received 71 places, Republicans - 2places and United Opposition - 2 places, in 75 majority districts. UNM will receive 119 places in the Parliament. Some 3,465,736 electorates were registered and 1,850,407 took part in the elections.
The Georgia President will date the first meeting of the Parliament within 20 days after elections, which were held on 21 May.
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