Extraordinary Presidential Elections in Georgia 2008

Country: Georgia

Type of election: Presidential election

Type of mission: Limited election observation mission (LEOM)

Short-term observers: 50

The European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO) fielded 50 short-term observers, 5 core team members and 5 election experts to monitor 2008 extraordinary presidential elections in Georgia on January 5, 2008. Teams of short-term observers were deployed by Core Team to cover 24 DECs of Georgia. ENEMO observers monitored all stages of the voting process, including the opening, the vote, the vote count and the tabulation of results in polling stations and district electoral commissions throughout the country. ENEMO observers monitored the 24 opening of polling stations, vote procedures in 253 polling stations and the 25 vote count in polling stations. 

ENEMO gratefully acknowledges the support of the Latvian Ministry of Defense, German Marshall Fund and Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation for the this mission.


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