Shalva Papuashvili, one of the leaders of the Georgian Dream, held a briefing on election violations.
"An observer of the "National Movement" was controlling the voters at the 17th polling station in Batumi. Sergi Kakalashvili, a representative of the United National Movement, was in a car at the 20th polling station in Tbilisi, which had agitation materials and was registering voters within a 100-meter radius. There are a number of provocations and attempts to organize unrest in Rustavi. Dimitri Shashkin, Vano Merabishvili, Levan Khabeishvili, Giorgi Kapanadze are there, and throughout the day, they organize provocations in different polling stations trying to resolve the situation, so I call on everyone to pay special attention to Rustavi. In Kareli, Gia Kurtanidze, a representative of the United National Movement, attacked a media representative, a journalist of TV Monitoring. Video footage was also released; he physically abuses this man, punching him directly in the face. In general, the situation is calm, but they are trying to portray certain unrest through the media," Shalva Papuashvili said.