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Les deux drapeaux de la Géorgie: celui de l’Etat et celui de la religion (à l’entrée du monastère d’Alaverdi)
Voters in Georgia are casting ballots in a presidential election that could see the country become the first Caucasus nation to elect a female president.
The October 28 presidential election, Georgia’s seventh since 1991, will be the last in which the head of state will be elected by direct ballot. In 2017, the constitution was amended so that future presidents would be elected by a 300-member College of Electors, comprising parliamentarians and local and regional political representatives.
Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze was among the first to cast his ballot in the capital, Tbilisi…
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