Georgia’s presidential election campaign officially began to be officially launched on Wednesday.
Georgian President Georgy Margulashvili announced today the date of the presidential election on October 28, according to a press release from News Georgia.
Under the Georgian election law, Georgian citizens aged 35 and over can have a presidential candidate for at least five years in Georgia.
Also, according to the Georgian election law, all citizens of this country can participate in electoral campaigns other than members of electoral commissions, judges, interior ministries, defense departments, prosecutors and intelligence agencies.
The Georgian Election Law prohibits the participation of foreign nationals and foreign entities, charities and religious organizations, as well as civil servants during their election campaign.
Electoral advertising is not allowed in executive, judicial and military units.
The registration of candidates for the presidential election will end 30 days before the date of the election, and until now, 31 of the Central Election Commission have applied for registration.
Election campaign will continue for a presidential election day in Georgia.
This is the last time that the president’s choice in Georgia will be held by direct people’s votes and will be elected by parliamentarians in the next term of office.
The ‘dream of Georgia’ ruling party has not named its candidate for the presidential term, and the political party officials said they would support the nomination of an independent candidate.