1. 2012 Parliamentary elections
    Pre-election period
  2. 2012 Parliamentary elections
    E-day
  3. 2012 Parliamentary elections
    Pre-election period
  4. Local Self-Governments after the Parliamentary Elections
    Local Self-Governments
  5. 2013 Presidential elections
    Pre-election period
  6. 2013 Presidential elections
    E-day
  7. 2013 Presidential elections
    Post-election period
  8. 2014 Local Self-Government Elections
    Pre-election period
  9. 2014 Local Self-Government Elections
    E-day
  10. 2014 Local Self-Government Elections - second round
    E-day
  11. Parliamentary and Sakrebulo By-Elections - October 31, 2015
    Election Day
  12. SAKREBULO BY-ELECTIONS - May 22, 2016
    Election Day
  13. 2016 Parliamentary elections
    Pre-election period
  14. 2016 Parliamentary elections
    E-day
  15. 2016 Parliamentary elections
    Pre-election period
  16. 2016 Parliamentary elections - second round
    E-day
  17. 2017 Local Self-Government Elections
    Pre-election period
  18. 2017 Local Self-Government Elections
    E-day
  19. 2018 Presidential Elections
    Pre-election period
  20. 2018 Presidential Election Interim Report of the Pre-election Monitoring of the Runoff
    Pre-election period
  21. 2018 Presidential Elections
    Election day
  22. 2018 Presidential Elections Second Round
    Election day
  23. 2020 Parliamentary elections
    Pre-election period
  24. 2020 Parliamentary elections
    Election day
  25. 2021 Local Self-Government Elections
    Pre-election campaign
  26. 2021 Local Self-Government Elections
    Election day
  27. 2021 Local Self-Government Elections Runoff - Election Day
    2021 Local Self-Government Elections Runoff - Election Day



Filter Election related violations with presented categories

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Records: 3
1

POLITICIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Date: 2021-09-29
District: Kutaisi
Incident Category: Misuse of administrative resources , Involvement of the employees of the educational institutions in the campaign

2021-09-29 The representative of ISFED was informed about the ongoing pressure on the director of Kutaisi Public School #38, Aleksandre Kereselidze, on political grounds. Representatives of the local government and the ruling party are trying to have him hire teachers whom they trust and are interfering in the personnel policy in this way. The director was directly asked by Iuza Ugulava, Deputy Mayor of Kutaisi, to appoint a certain individual as ateacher, who is actively involved in the party a...

PARTICIPATION OF UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS IN THE PRE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN

Date: 2021-09-28
District: Kutaisi
Incident Category: Other, Campaigning by unauthorized persons

2021-09-28
ISFED found out that Kutaisi Deputy Mayor Iuza Ugulava is forcing the heads and employees of the administrative units to engage in the pre-election campaign, including during working hours. Employees are tasked with scheduling election meetings for the ruling party and its candidates and also distributing photos depicting the mobilization of voters via the internal communication chat; otherwise, they are threatened with dismissal.

Iuza Ugulava ...

POSSIBLE DISMISSAL OR FORCED RESIGNATION ON POLITICAL GROUNDS

Date: 2021-08-30
District: Kutaisi
Incident Category: Intimidation , Dismissal from work or pressure to write a resignation letter

2021-08-30
Giorgi Mukeria, a representative of Kutaisi mayor in Sulkhan-Saba administrative unit, was fired in July. Speaking to ISFED, Mukeria said that the mayor was forcing him to resign and that he had been fired by the order because he had not written the statement himself. He said that although the dismissal order did not contain a specific reason, it was preceded by an activity on the social network - critical comments on public posts, the screens of which the mayor himself showed ...