The Central Election Commission has counted 3 702 polling stations at this time. 59,54% of the votes voted for Salome Zourabichvili, a candidate backed by the ruling party, and 40.46% voted for United Opposition candidate Grigol Vashadze.
Grigol Vashadze, the candidate of the United Opposition is leading elections in the polling stations abroad.
307 complaints are filed in the election administration.
"Number 5 , Grigol Vasadze - has received 779 614 votes, which is 40.46 per cent. Number 48 - Salome Zurabichvili has received 1 147 106 votes and which is 59.54 per cent, "- said Ana Mikeladze, the Speaker of Central Election Commission.
According to preliminary results of the second round of presidential elections, Salome Zurabishvili has 59.6%, Grigol Vashadze has 40,4%.
The CEC has already counted almost 100 per cent of the votes. According to preliminary data, the difference between candidates is almost 20 per cent.