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Results of Majoritarian Contest for Tbilisi City Council
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 16 Jun.'10 / 16:32

25 seats in 50-member Tbilisi City Council were consisted through party-list, proportional system and another 25 members were elected from the capital city’s single-mandate, majoritarian constituencies.

The ruling party candidates won in all 25 constituencies.

Previously existing ten constituencies in the capital city were divided into smaller ones so to match a total number of 25. Only three constituencies (Mtatsminda, Krtsanisi and Chukhureti) remain in their previous electoral borders.

Total of 228 majoritarian candidates were nominated by about dozen of political parties and election blocs with number of contenders in each constituency varying from at least 7 to 11.

Candidates were elected based on winner-takes-all system.

Below are results for each constituency: 
 
Mtatsminda

1. Shalva Shavgulidze – Alliance for Georgia - 24.8%
2. Zurab Kostava – Industrialists - 3.53%
3. Mamuka Akhvlediani – ruling party United National Movement- 60.83%
4. Eka Lomia – National Council - 3.54%
5. Mamuka Chikovani – All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.49%
6. Tamta Demurishvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 4.56%
7. Vladimer Sadgobelashvili – Freedom Party -  0.4%
8. Maia Kusiani – Party of Future - 0.16%
9. Nino Nishnianidze  -  Solidarity - 0.63%
10. Natalia Asatiani – Democratic Party - 0.58%
11. Lia Mermanishvili – Popular Democrats - 0.48%

Vake - 1

1. Davit Saganelidze – Alliance for Georgia - 39.06%
2. Giorgi Davlianidze – Industrialists - 3.5%
3. Vakhtang Natsvlishvili – United National Movement - 41.93%
4. Kakha Kukava - National Council (he withdrew from the race in favor of Alliance for Georgia's candidate, but did it too late so his name was still on ballot papers) - 4.69%
5. Edisher Kvesitadze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 5.17%
6. Marina Lomidze – Freedom Party - 0.57%
7. Gia Korgalidze – Party of Future - 0.08%
8. Zurab Paresishvili – Solidarity - 0.58%
9. Giorgi Gurgulia, nominated by Democratic Party (withdrew from the race in favor of Alliance for Georgia's candidate, but his name still remained on ballot paper) - 0.71%
10.Davit Chelidze – Popular Democrats - 3.71%

Vake - 2

1. Mamuka Katsitadze – Alliance for Georgia - 33.09%
2. Gia Nutsubidze – Industrialists - 6.6%
3. Zaur Dolidze – United National Movement - 43.37%
4. Mzia Sokhadze – National Council - 4.89%
5. Jumber Lezhava – Christian-Democratic Movement - 8.45%
6. Paata Ekhvaia – Freedom Party - 0.57%
7. Giorgi Gogoladze – National-Democratic Party - 0.81%
8. Mikheil Gomiashvili – Democratic Party - 0.82%
9. Alexander Tetrashvili – Popular Democrats - 1.41%

Saburtalo - 1

1. Davit Zalkaliani – Alliance for Georgia - 18.47%
2. Davit Khurtsilava – Industrialists - 5.77%
3. Nino Tevdoradze – United National Movement - 49.72%
4. Irakli Imnadze – National Council - 8.34%
5. Irakli Sepashvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 11.95%
6. Tamar Darsevelidze – Freedom Party - 0.63%
7. Zurab Khutsishvili – Party of Future - 0.26%
8. Revaz Gogshelidze – Solidarity - 0.85%
9. Marine Kolkhidashvili – Democratic Party - 1.81%
10. Maka Chachiashvili – Popular Democrats - 2.2%

Saburtalo – 2

1. Natela Machavariani – Alliance for Georgia - 28.12%
2. Teimuraz Oniani – Industrialists  - 5.63%
3. Zaza Sinauridze – United National Movement - 47.53%
4. Giorgi Sikharulidze – National Council - 7.09%
5. Manana Nodia – Christian-Democratic Movement - 7.55%
6. Ushangi Donjashvili – Our Country - 0.24%
7. Karlo Bardavelidze – Freedom Party - 0.76%
8. Vasil Beshkenadze – Party of Future - 0.57%
9. Gocha Mamulishvili – Solidarity - 0.14%
10. Zaza Revishvili – Democratic Party - 0.65%
11. Zakaria Kolelishvili – Popular Democrats - 1.72%

Saburtalo – 3

1. Tinatin Khidasheli – Alliance for Georgia - 32.59%
2. Nugzar Birkaia – Industrialists - 6.5%
3. Davit Gelashvili - United National Movement - 46.08%    
4. Zaza Gabunia – Christian-Democratic Movement - 7.29%
5. Alexander Bregadze – Freedom Party - 4.51%
6. Natela Khetsuriani – Party of Future - 0.76%
7. Giorgi Glonti - Democratic Party - 0.52%
8. Ezeki Intskirveli – Popular Democrats - 1.75%

Krtsanisi

1. Sopo Khorguani – Alliance for Georgia - 18.74%
2. Madona Turmanidze – Industrialists - 4.02%
3. Merab Rapava – United National Movement - 57.24%
4. Alexi Kelberashvili – National Council - 5.59%
5. Giorgi Neparidze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 10.4%
6. Levan Gigitashvili – Freedom Party - 0.48%
7. Oleg Zurabiani – Solidarity - 2%
8. Manana Askurava – Democratic Party - 0.66%
9. Levan Devdariani – Popular Democrats - 0.89%

Isani – 1

1. Pikria Chikhradze – Alliance for Georgia - 17.59%
2. Manana Arabuli – Industrialists    - 3.97%
3. Zaala Samadashvili – United National Movement - 58.3%
4. Irakli Gogolashvili – National Council - 7.95%
5. Lili Avalishvili - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.81%
6. Badri Laziashvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 9.7%
7. Lev Sarkisov – Democratic Party - 1.16%
8. Guranda Gachechiladze – Popular Democrats - 0.54%

Isani – 2

1. Amuri Revishvili – Alliance for Georgia - 11.18%
2. Mzia Gogniashvili – Industrialists - 3.56%
3. Khvicha Sanaia – United National Movement - 63.79%
4. Liana Nikolaishvili – National Council - 8.2%
5. Nana Matiashvili - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 1.1%
6. Nodar Tsotniashvili -  Christian-Democratic Movement - 9.2%
7. Mikheil Surmava – Freedom Party - 0.48%
8. Ucha Khutsishvili – Solidarity - 2.06%
9. Avtandil Chubinidze – Popular Democrats - 0.44%

Isani – 3

1. Levan Izoria – Alliance for Georgia - 18.68%
2. Gocha Kalandadze – Industrialists - 5.39%
3. Zurab Gachechiladze – United National Movement - 55.29%
4. Rostom Zhordania – National Council - 8.15%
5. Rodami Okrojanashvili -  All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.81%
6. Davit Gochitashvili – Freedom Party - 0.87%
7. Lia Khuntsaria – Democratic Party - 1.17%
8. Shota Khabareli – Popular Democrats - 9.64%

Samgori – 1

1. Tsitsino Nutsubidze – Industrialists  - 7.01%
2. Irakli Nadiradze – United National Movement - 60.79%
3. Gulnara Periashvili – National Council - 10.37%
4. Archil Mantskava - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 1.44%
5. Koba Vacheishvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 16.41%
6. Tsisana Kapanadze – Freedom Party - 1.19%
7. Irakli Sarjveladze – Democratic Party - 1.97%
8. Giorgi Apkhazishvili – Popular Democrats - 0.82%

Samgori – 2

1. Davit Kereselidze – Alliance for Georgia - 12.96%
2. Zurab Mushkudiani – Industrialists - 4.31%
3. Kakha Guruli – United National Movement - 57.3%
4. Sergo Javakhidze – National Council - 14.27%
5. Konstantine Porchkhidze - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.48%
6. Levan Kakabadze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 8.91%
7. Irakli Chachua – Freedom Party - 0.39%
8. Mindia Chincharauli – Democratic Party - 0.61%
9. Kulikhan Tamoev – Popular Democrats - 0.77%

Samgori – 3

1. Zurab Kapianidze – Alliance for Georgia - 10.41%
2. Nodar Chrikishvili – Industrialists  - 5.12%
3. Ioseb Egutia – United National Movement - 55.97%
4. Archil Zaridze – National Council - 5.95%
5. Nato Revazishvili - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.73%
6. Gia Targamadze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 18.52%
7. Ibragim Kiziria – Solidarity - 1.43%
8. Rostom Metreveli – Democratic Party - 1.33%
9. Vakhtang Melikidze – Popular Democrats - 0.53%

Samgori – 4

1. Gulo Zumbadze – Alliance for Georgia - 13.38%
2. Davit Sheshaberidze – Industrialists - 6.56%
3. Irakli Shikhiashvili – United National Movement - 58.21%
4. Khvicha Asanidze – National Council - 7.13%
5. Jiguli Letodiani - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 1.21%
6. Koba Makhauri – Christian-Democratic Movement - 11.6%
7. Nino Nakvetauri – Party of Future - 0.33%
8. Badri Inashvili – Democratic Party - 0.26%
9. Maia Ivanishvili – Popular Democrats - 1.33%

Chugureti

1. Victor Dolidze – Alliance for Georgia - 17.38%
2. Teimuraz Babunashvili – Industrialists - 4.71%
3. Alexander Nikolaisvhili – United National Movement - 56.11%
4. Bidzina Gujabidze – National Council - 8.79%
5. Mamuka Gagnidze -  All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.6%
6. Valerian Shalikashvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 8.54%
7. Vladimer Shamugia – Freedom Party - 0.27%
8. Nana Pilauri – Party of Future - 0.29%
9. Akaki Manjavidze – Solidarity - 0.69%
10. Zaza Tortladze – Democratic Party - 0.81%
11. Giorgi Shervashidze – Popular Democrats - 1.81%

Didube – 1

1. Tamar Chkuaseli – Industrialists - 6.48%
2. Giorgi Chachanidze – United National Movement - 54.16%
3. Koba Davitashvili – National Council - 20.49%
4. Levan Japaridze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 16.22%
5. Paata Baratashvili – Freedom Party - 1.11%
6. Soso Liparteliani – Democratic Party - 0.38%
7. Davit Koguashvili – Popular Democrats - 1.17%

Didube – 2

1. Manana Nachkebia – Alliance for Georgia - 25.42%
2. Maia Turkadze – Industrialists - 3.36%
3. Irakli Dvali – United National Movement - 52.82%
4. Irakli Chubabria – National Council - 5.57%
5. Paata Potskhveria – Christian-Democratic Movement - 10.37%
6. Zaza Kikabidze – Freedom Party - 0.52%
7. Maia Burduli – Democratic Party - 0.45%
8. Tengiz Sulakvelidze – Popular Democrats - 1.48%

Nadzaladevi – 1

1. Zaza Petriashvili – Alliance for Georgia - 12.56%
2. Levan Sisvadze – Industrialists - 12%
3. Shota Kurdadze – United National Movement - 57.69%
4. Gia Natsvlishvili – National Council - 6.89%
5. Shalva Kuprashvili - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.73%
6. Davit Kobaladze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 8.68%
7. Evgeni Zhvania – Freedom Party - 0.29%
8. Rustam Atashov – Democratic Party - 0.83%
9. Koba Gigiashvili – Popular Democrats - 0.33%

Nadzaladevi – 2

1. Giorgi Jangisherashvili – Alliance for Georgia - 18.76%
2. Levan Berozashvili – Industrialists - 3.18%
3. Giorgi Nemsadze – United National Movement - 59.12%
4. Givi Kipshidze – National Council - 7.34%
5. Temur Gogsadze - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.86%
6. Ambrosi Cheishvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 9.41%
7. Nino Gavtadze – Freedom Party - 0.27%
8. Nazi Dotiashvili – Solidarity - 0.35%
9. Maia Kvanchakhadze – Democratic Party - 0.17%
10. Gaioz Charkviani – Popular Democrats - 0.54%

Nadzaladevi – 3

1. Irakli Andguladze – Alliance for Georgia - 18%
2. Jemal Natelashvili – Industrialists - 5.28%
3. Mamuka Gugeshashvili – United National Movement - 58.67%
4. Nana Gogiberidze – National Council - 6.11%
5. Makvala Rostiashvili - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.37%
6. Meri Tatishvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 10.11%
7. Lali Bardzimashvili – Freedom Party - 0.43%
8. Alexander Chokheli – Democratic Party - 0.35%
9. Tornike Nikoleishvili – Popular Democrats - 0.68%

Nadzaladevi – 4

1. Omar Kvlividze – Alliance for Georgia - 10.95%
2. Irakli Kandelaki – Industrialists - 5.45%
3. Vakhtang Tsagareishvili – United National Movement - 63.28%
4. Gia Berdzenidze – National Council - 7.57%
5. Malkhaz Gamtsemlidze - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 1.03%
6. Irine Goginashvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 10.28%
7. Nino Maziashvili – Freedom Party - 0.46%
8. Konstantine Tskitishvili – Democratic Party - 0.43%
9. Davit Tsertsvadze – Popular Democrats - 0.56%

Gldani – 1

1. Kakha Seturidze – Alliance for Georgia - 10.82%
2. Lavrenti Megrelishvili – Industrialists - 5.09%
3. Davit Tsereteli – United National Movement - 59.24%
4. Gulad Kruashvili – National Council - 8.54%
5. Tengiz Zarkua - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.75%
6. Levan Lobzhanidze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 13.6%
7. Emzar Kochladze – Freedom Party - 1.03%
8. Kakhaber Chichinadze – Democratic Party - 0.32%
9. Giorgi Kvaratskhelia – Popular Democrats - 0.61%

Gldani – 2

1. Vakhtang Gagua – Industrialists - 9.34%
2. Nikoloz Khachirishvili – United National Movement - 60.47%
3. Alexander Shalamberidze – National Council - 13.18%
4. Lasha Kurasbediani - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 2.17%
5. Valeri Karapetian – Christian-Democratic Movement - 11.09%
6. Petre Ivanidze – Freedom Party - 1.58%
7. Nana Tsikolia – Democratic Party - 1.02%
8. Lasha Kopaliani – Popular Democrats - 1.14%

Gldani – 3

1. Nugzar Gabunia – Alliance for Georgia - 12.93%
2. Levan Giorgadze – Industrialists - 5.68%
3. Besarion Bendeliani – United National Movement - 55.01%
4. Roin Khijakadze – National Council - 9.02%
5. Guram Kintsurashvili - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.79%
6. Mamuka Tuskadze – Christian-Democratic Movement - 13.43%
7. Lia Enukidze – Freedom Party - 0.5%
8. Zaza Mchedlishvili – Solidarity - 1.22%
9. Zurab Gotsiridze – Democratic Party - 1.06%
10. Lali Takvarelia – Popular Democrats - 0.36%

Gldani – 4

1. Giorgi Mosidze – Alliance for Georgia - 13.51%
2. Bondo Chigladze – Industrialists - 3.44%
3. Davit Jincharadze – United National Movement - 60.37%
4. Giorgi Maglakelidze – National Council - 6.34%
5. Nodar Tsereteli - All Georgian Radical-Democrats National Party - 0.7%
6. Kakha Brokishvili – Christian-Democratic Movement - 13.68%
7. Maia Gugeshashvili – Freedom Party - 0.67%
8. Davit Demetrashvili – Democratic Party - 0.2%
9. Guram Sagaradze – Popular Democrats - 1.09%

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