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Dozens of polling stations have been opened in Moldova for elections to the European Parliament

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52 polling stations have been organized in the Republic of Moldova for the elections to the European Parliament on June 9.

For the elections to the European Parliament, which take place on June 9, 52 polling stations will be organized in the Republic of Moldova for Romanian citizens wishing to exercise their right to vote. Of the total number of sites, 28 will be opened in the center, 17 in the north and 7 in the south of the country.
According to the Romanian Embassy in the Republic of Moldova, voters in the capital will be able to vote at one of the 13 open polling stations.

“Polling stations will not be organized in the building of the Romanian Embassy or in the Romanian Institute of Culture named after Mihai Eminescu. They are located at the Lyceum named after him. Gheorghe Asaki – 3 polling stations, at the Lyceum named after Spiru Hareta has 3 polling stations, 2 polling stations at the State University of Moldova and 1 polling station at the Satiricus Theater,” the Romanian Embassy reported.

Thus, Romanian citizens who have the right to vote, who reside or are temporarily abroad, can vote at any polling station organized abroad on the basis of a Romanian identity document valid on the day of voting.

Foreign citizens of other EU member states residing or residing in Romania can vote for Romanian MEPs only if they have previously registered in Romania in special voting lists for these elections.

source:  https://md.sputniknews.ru/20240609/v-moldove-otkryty-desyatki-uchastkov-dlya-vyborov-v-evroparlament-60792638.html

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