If a military compound has a substantial number of electors, then it could be the subject of a separate Precinct Electoral Commission (PEC). Remote areas might even be allowed to vote the day before the official polling day at a PEC established there. Most EU countries make provision for absentee voting, and a review of these provisions can develop criteria appropriate to Georgian circumstances. Initially, a more restrictive approach to issuing absentee ballots should be used, in order to make sure that the procedures are carried out in conformity with the law. Total votes should be published separately at the precinct level for absentee or mobile votes.
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