According to RIA Novosti, citing data from the CEC, candidates from the ruling Georgian Dream party win in all 17 single-mandate constituencies of the country after counting more than half of the votes.
It is specified that each candidate of this political force won more than 87% of the votes.
The counting of data from the sites continues.
As the agency notes, the parliamentary elections in Georgia were held in the country on October 31 according to a new mixed system, according to which 120 out of 150 MPs are elected according to the proportional system, and the remaining 30 according to the majority system.
Earlier, the ruling Georgian Dream party won the first round of parliamentary elections with 48.15% of the vote.