The results of the elections to the Georgian Parliament passed three parties — “Georgian dream”, the “United national movement” and the “Alliance of patriots of Georgia”. This became known after the counting by the Central election Commission (CEC) of Georgia 100% of the ballots.
The party “Georgian dream” has gained 48.7 per cent or 856 thousand 529 votes. The opposition party of ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili “United national movement” has gained 27.1 percent, or 477 143 thousand votes. A third party, the “Alliance of patriots of Georgia” — scored of 5.01%, or 88 thousand 109 votes.
Earlier it was reported that the “Alliance of patriots of Georgia” is not enough to 0.002% of the votes to get into Parliament — she scored 4,998%. According to the speaker of the CEC Chairperson Anna Mikeladze, counting “rounded the data” up to 5%, however, the administration of the CEC was to decide as to whether this percentage is sufficient to overcome the five percent barrier.
Parliamentary elections were held in Georgia on Saturday, October 8. The election was attended by 19 political parties and six electoral blocs.