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International Society for Fair Election and Democracy
37 Oniashvili Street

0160 Tbilisi
Tel: +995 32 237 28 82
info@isfed.ge

The International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-partisan organization established in 1995. Organization's main priority and scope of work is election monitoring, which aims to guarantee the transparency of elections by monitoring the implementation of electoral procedures and thereby increasing society's confidence in the results of the elections.

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Documents

ISFED

Presidential Elections

Social Media Monitoring - 1st Interim Report

Presidential Elections

Third interim report of pre-election monitoring

Presidential Elections

3rd e-day statement: Voting Process by 19:00

Presidential Elections

2nd e-day statement: Voting process and Voter Turnout by 15:00

Presidential Elections

1st e-day statement: Opening and setting up of polling stations

Presidential Elections

Election Day Final PVT Results

Presidential Elections

Second interim report of pre-election monitoring

News

Georgia

Georgia

ISFED presented social media monitoring report

Given the increased role of social media in election campaigns and the use of Facebook for discrediting electoral contestants and illegal campaigning in Georgia, ISFED is conducting a pilot Social Media Monitoring project for the 2018 Presidential Elections in Georgia.

 

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Georgia

ISFED Statements on Abuse of Administrative Resources

ISFED highlights noticeable increase of new social and infrastructural projects announced after the first round of elections,  which leave the impression of abuse of administrative voters ahead of elections.

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Georgia

ISFED Statement on Threats against Salome Zourabichvili

ISFED responds to the statement made by the presidential candidate of Georgia, Salome Zourabichvili claiming that on November 9-10 and 11, she and her children received death threats through voice and text messages.

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Georgia

ISFED Post-Election Statement: The standard of adjudication of electoral disputes has worsened

ISFED released on 8 November a statement summarizing the post-election observation of complaints and adjudication process by the election administration. According to the findings, the standard of adjudication of electoral disputes has worsened.

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Georgia

Evaluation of the Pre-Election Environment of the 2018 Presidential Election

ISFED, GYLA and TI-Georgia presented joint pre-election statement, highlighting the major trends of the pre-election campaign. The leading domestic observer organizations released the joint statement on October 27, a day prior to the elections.

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Georgia

2018 Presidential Election: Facts of possible pressure and violence in ISFED's 3nd Interim Report

On October 25, ISFED issued the 3rd interim report  of the pre-election monitoring, covering the final stage of the pre-election period between October 1 – 24.  Apart from attacks and pressure on civil society, the reporting period was marked with increased cases of abuse of administrative resource combined with intimidation.

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Georgia

2018 Presidential Election: ISFED’s election day final PVT statement

Georgia

2018 Presidential Election: Attacks on NGOs and Campaign Violations in ISFED's 2nd Interim Report

The document mainly covers the period of September 9-30 but it also summarizes certain events that affected the electoral process beyond the reporting period.

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Armenia

160 observers to participate in the public oversight of Yerevan city council elections

Georgia

ISFED Evaluates the Pre-Election Environment Ahead of 2018 Presidential Elections

The organization highlights election administration composition process and challenges associated with the conduct of election campaign on social media as main issues of attention. 

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Georgia

Recommendations for Improvement of Electoral Environment by ISFED

ISFED, together with GYLA and TI-Georgia presented a package of priority recommendations for improvement of electoral environment in Georgia.

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Brussels

EPDE experts at European Parliament: mixed election system promotes corruption

Brussels

Follow-up on electoral reforms in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine

Georgia

By-elections of self-government in Zugdidi: Introduction of electronic technologies

Georgia

ISFED's Final Statement on April 28 By-Elections

According to ISFED, by-election in the majoritarian district of Khoni-Vani, held on 28 April, took place in a generally calm environment without significant violations.

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