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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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ISFED

Presidential Elections

Evaluation of Pre-Election Environment

Follow-Up on Electoral Reform

Electoral System Reform in Georgia

Local Elections in Georgia

Final Results of the Election Day According to ISFED PVT Data

News

Georgia

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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Georgia

ISFED Issues Final Report of 2017 Local Self-Government Elections

ISFED presented its final report of monitoring of the 2017 local self-government elections in Georgia. The report (attached) covers ISFED’s key findings and trends of the pre-election, Election Day and post-election periods

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Georgia

ISFED final statement on the runoffs of the local elections in Georgia

In 99.7% of polling stations the counting process was conducted without major incidents. The polling station #59 in Ozurgeti was an exception, where, apparently, there was a focused attempt to create disturbances and annul the precinct. 

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Georgia

ISFED reports violations in runoffs of mayoral elections in Georgia

In an assessment of the pre-election period ahead of the upcoming runoffs of mayoral races scheduled on November 12, ISFED observed instances of harassment and intimidation on political grounds in Ozurgeti.

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Georgia

Fewer violations at Georgian local elections, but harassment of opposition

The Georgian local self-government elections took place on October 21, 2017. According to ISFED, the voting process was mostly conducted in compliance with election procedures. Violations were again reported in the electoral district of Marneuli.

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Georgia

Georgia keeps controversial mixed voting system

On September 26, the Parliament of Georgia passed constitutional changes affecting the electoral system. Despite heavy protests by the opposition, civil society, and the Venice Commission, the mixed voting system will not be abolished until 2020.

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Georgia

ISFED identifies challenges in Georgian pre-election environment

The local self-government elections in Georgia will take place on 21 October 2017. The Georgian EPDE member ISFED has recently published a report assesing the pre-election environment.

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Georgia

Georgian CSOs concerned about new election regulations

Georgia

Parliamentary Elections in Georgia 2016: FInal Report

The parliamentary elections held in Georgia on 8 October 2016, with repeat voting in a few precincts on 22 October and a second round of voting in a number of single-candidate constituencies on 30 October, were generally in line with international standards. 

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