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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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Georgia

Georgia

Planned amendments to the election code threaten transparency of elections

Georgia

Democratic backsliding in Georgia - need to adopt proportional electoral system

Georgia

Ruling Party’s Electoral System Offer Is Unacceptable and Unserious

Georgia

Political Deadlock After Broken Promise on Electoral System Change

EPDE Publication

Foreign Observation of the Illegitimate Elections in South Ossetia and Abkhazia in 2019

Georgia

Divisive Narratives on Facebook During the 2018 Elections

Georgia

Open letter of Georgian civil society regarding the failed vote on electoral reform

Georgia

Working on electoral reform should continue

Earlier this week ISFED and partner NGOs have released a statement about the ongoing electoral reform working group and proposed legislative changes drafted by the Georgian Dream.

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Georgia

ISFED statement on proportional elections with no threshold

On June 24, ISFED has released a statement regarding the announcement of Georgian Dream about initiative to introduce proportional electoral system with no threshold for 2020 parliamentary elections.

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Georgia

ISFED Final Statement on By-Election

According to ISFED assessment, while at majority of electoral precincts the Election Day was mostly free from any major violations, the voting process progressed amid tension, especially in Zugdidi and Marneuli.

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Georgia

ISFED by-election 1st statement

Georgia

Final report on the 2018 Presidential election

Georgia

Social Media Monitoring - ISFED's 2nd Interim Report

Georgia

ISFED Election Day Final PVT Results

ISFED can conclude that the tabulation of votes was mostly conducted in compliance with relevant electoral procedures. A  number of violations was reported during counting of votes, such as, improper filling of summary protocols and other procedural shortcomings.

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Georgia

Widespread Intimidation, Vote-Buying, Misuse of Admin resources Ahead of Runoff

On November 21, the International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) published a report of pre-election monitoring of the runoff of the 2018 presidential election, covering the period from October 29 to November 19.

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