“Several partner countries are ready to assist us by establishing safe election precincts abroad,” President Salome Zourabichvili addressed the international conference organized by the Center for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD).
President emphasized the importance of accessible places for participation in the elections, highlighting the need for multiple polling stations rather than a singular centre in embassies, especially in large countries where Georgian citizens might find it challenging to participate.
She emphasized the significance of national consensus and unity on key issues despite the perceived polarization in the political spectrum.
“The entire history of Georgia tells us that national consensus and united efforts brought Georgia to this day. Regardless of political polarization, there is a community united on key issues. The majority of society desires Europe for their children’s future, not Russia. If political parties fail to recognize this, it’s their loss,” stated the President.
Zourabichvili also addressed the issue of violence against female politicians, calling for a calm and dignified environment with respect for one another.