CEC Announces Tbilisi Election Results
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 6 Oct.'06 / 11:27
Gigi Ugulava, the ruling party's nomination
for the Tbilisi mayoral position.
66%
Leader of Conservative and Republican parties' 
coalition Koba Davitashvili
11,9%
The Central Election Commission (CEC) announced the results of local elections in Tbilisi on October 6 after counting 92% of the ballots cast in the capital city. The ruling National Movement party garnered a total of 66% of votes Tbilisi’s ten constituencies, followed by a coalition of the Republican and Conservative opposition parties with 11,9%.

The opposition Labor and Industry Will Save Georgia parties garnered 10,7% and 6.4%, respectively, and ex-Foreign Minister Salome Zourabichvili's party Georgia's Way - 2,9%.

The voter turnout in Tbilisi was 34,6%, according to the CEC.

Local elections were held through a mixed majoritarian-proportional system. Five out of ten election districts in Tbilisi will be three-mandate constituencies, while the other five are two-mandate constituencies.

As a result of this success in all the ten constituencies, the ruling National Movement party will occupy all 25 majoritarian seats in the Tbilisi city council of Sakrebulo.

The remaining 12 seats will be distributed proportionally by those parties that have overcome the 4% threshold: the National Movement Party, election bloc of Republicans and Conservatives, Labor Party and Industrialists.

Below are the election results in each of the constituency:

Three-mandate constituencies:

1. Saburtalo
• National Movement - 57,9%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 17,1%
• Labor Party - 10,7%
• Industrialists - 8.1%
• Georgia’s Way - 4,4%

2. Isani
• National Movement - 71,7% 
• Labor Party - 10,3%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 10,1
• Industrialists - 4,2%
• Georgia’s Way - 1,9%

3. Samgori
• National Movement - 73,5% 
• Labor Party - 9,9%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 8,4%
• Industrialists - 3,6%
• Georgia’s Way - 1,7%
• Party of National Ideology - 0,2%

4. Nadzaladevi 
• National Movement - 67,5%
• Labor Party - 12,7%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 11,3%
• Industrialists - 4,5%
• Georgia’s Way - 2,2%

5. Gldani
• National Movement - 68,8%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 14,1%
• Labor Party - 10,5%
• Industrialists - 3,2%
• Georgia’s Way - 1,5%

Two-mandate constituencies:

1. Mtatsminda
• National Movement - 58,7%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 12,4%
• Labor Party - 10,9%
• Industrialists - 10,5%
• Georgia’s Way - 5,3%

2. Vake
• National Movement - 59,4% 
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 13,1
• Labor Party - 9,4%
• Industrialists - 12,7%
• Georgia’s Way - 4,6%

3. Krtsanisi
• National Movement - 77% 
• Labor Party - 8,4%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives 5,7%
• Industrialists - 5,1%
• Georgia’s Way - 1,6%

4. Chugureti
• National Movement - 64,3%
• Labor Party - 12 7%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 10,9%
• Industrialists - 6,9%
• Georgia’s Way- 3,1%
• Party of National Ideology

5. Didube
• National Movement - 60,8%
• Coalition of Republicans and Conservatives - 14,7%
• Labor Party - 11,3%
• Industrialists - 6,1%
• Georgia’s Way - 3,3%

Elections in these constituencies were held through a first-past-the-post, “winner takes all” majoritarian system.

Election results from the remaining constituencies in Georgia are expected by this evening.

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