Presidential Election of Georgia will be held on October 28, 2018
Out-of-country voters have the right to participate in Elections of President of Georgia. President of Georgia shall be elected for six year-term.
Voters abroad are eligible to participate in elections in case:
- They are on a Georgian consular registry on the polling day or they have registered abroad according to the current legislation of Georgia
- If they are not on a consular registry and are not registered abroad, voters shall go through the registration process at precinct election commission formed at relevant countries or in diplomatic missions of Georgia, or in consular office (no fee is required for consular registration) by October 7, 2018.
- Voters abroad shall present their Georgian ID card or passport at the polling station.
For more information about your electoral rights and for any election-related issue please contact us from anywhere in the world via online chat and leave your message and we will answer you.
CEC Call Center: +995 32 2 51 00 51
To receive information on consular registration please visit the website of the consulate: https://geoconsul.gov.ge/HtmlPage/html/View?id=41
Due to high public interest concerning the second round of presidential election, the Central Election Commission (CEC) presents information about certain procedures and terms.
In order to participate in the second round of presidential election, Georgian citizens residing abroad shall get consular registration or be registered abroad according to Georgian legislation.
Georgian citizens willing to participate in the second round of presidential election of Georgia and lacking consular registration may already contact consular offices/diplomatic representations or visit website www.geoconsul.gov.ge of consular office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and register online at the consular registry.
The final date to pass the list of citizens being on consular registration to the CEC is related with the date of the second round which will be defined by the CEC after summarizing October 28 election results.
It is noteworthy, that according to the legislation, the District Election Commissions (DEC) shall summarize election results no later than November 8th at electoral districts. Accordingly, the CEC within its powers plans to define necessary procedures and terms for the second round of the election.
In addition, after the CEC summarizes the final results of the first round, the CEC officially defines by ordinance the date of the second round of the election.