Regular elections of the Parliament of Georgia shall be held in last Saturday of 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 no later than 60 days before the elections.
The Parliament of Georgia shall be elected for a 4 year-term. Any citizen of Georgia with the right to suffrage, who has attained the age of 25 and who has resided in Georgia for at least 10 years may be elected as a Member of Parliament of Georgia. A person sentenced to imprisonment by a court ruling may not be elected as a member of parliament.
The Parliament elected in the next parliamentary elections of Georgia shall consist of 120 members elected by the proportional system and 30 members elected by the majoritarian system.
A candidate for membership of Parliament, who receives more votes than others cast in elections shall be considered elected in the majoritarian election district. The number of votes recorded on invalid ballot papers shall not be included in the number of votes cast in the election.
As a result of Parliamentary Elections of Georgia held by proportional system, the mandates will be distributed among those political parties who will receive at least 1 percent of the actual votes cast in the election, and among election blocs of those political parties whose percentage represents multiplication of 1 percent of actual votes by the number of political parties in the electoral bloc.