Georgia’s first ever polling station in South Africa
08 October, 2016
Parliamentary elections are underway in Georgia and the new composition of legislative body will become known in the nearest days.
3 645 polling stations operate inside Georgia and additional 55 were opened in different countries. One of them is located in South Africa and this is the first time ever, when a polling station for Georgian elections was opened in southern hemisphere.

“On October 8, 2016, parliamentary elections take place in Georgia and this is the first time in our
country’s history when one of the polling stations was opened in southern hemisphere, namely in South African Republic’s city of Pretoria,” the statement of Georgian Embassy in South Africa reads.

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