Regular elections of the Parliament of Georgia shall be held in October of the calendar year during which the term of authority of the Parliament expires. The President of Georgia shall call the date of the elections, upon countersignature of the Prime-Minister of Georgia, no later than 60 days before the elections.
The Parliament of Georgia shall be elected for a term of 4 years. Any citizen of Georgia with the right to suffrage, who has attained the age of 21 and speaks Georgian, may be elected as a Member of Parliament of Georgia.
77 members of the Parliament of Georgia shall be elected through a proportional election system, while 73 members shall be elected based on a majoritarian election system. A candidate for member of Parliament, who receives more votes than others, but not less than 50% of total number voters participating in elections in the respective majoritarian election district, shall be considered to be elected in the majoritarian election district. Mandates of the Members of the Parliament of Georgia shall be granted only to the party list that receives no less than 5% of total votes.