Georgian citizens turned out to elect a new parliament in Georgia as polls got underway throughout the country in the first elections since a short war was fought with Russia over two breakaway regions in 2008.
Parliamentary elections held yesterday in Tbilisi, Georgia. Many polling stations opened in cities and villages of the country. Members of the election commission wore special green uniforms. They were helping voters to go through the registration process and vote. Citizens came to the polling stations to vote for their favorite candidates and parties. At the polling stations there also were observers and representatives of accredited Georgian and international mass-media.