The International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy has been monitoring pre-election period of the October 31, 2020 Parliamentary Elections of Georgia since June 1. The monitoring is implemented with support of the United States Agency for International Development and the EU. The first interim report of the pre-election monitoring mostly covers the period from June 1 through July 4, 2020, as well as events that began prior to June 1 and continued during the monitoring period.
ISFED identified 19 cases of possible vote buying, including 16 by majoritarian members of the Georgian Parliament and 3 by the Movement for Future, 2 cases of possible use of state resources, 1 case of exerting pressure on ISFED observer, 2 cases of interference in political activities and one case of political pressure/intimidation.
The full report can be downloaded below.