Election Day, lines and coronavirus –Georgia’s parliamentary elections in photos
The October 31 parliamentary elections in Georgia are over after a fair degree of tension throughout the day.
Queues were observed at polling stations throughout the day.
By 20:00, the turnout of citizens had reached 56.11%, more than 4.48% higher than in 2016 (51.63%), and less than in 2012 (60.8%).
On October 31, 2020, Georgians elected the tenth convocation of parliament. Georgia is a parliamentary country, so whoever wins the election will govern the country for the next four years.
This was the first election to be held amid a pandemic.
JAMnews offers photos depicting Election Day.