Electronic voting

Electoral Bureau spokesperson: Foreign Ministry did not propose extending voting hours

Central Electoral Bureau spokesperson Marian Muhulet told AGERPRES the Bureau did not receive any proposition from the Foreign Affairs Ministry to extend the voting hours in the polling stations abroad.

'We did not receive anything so far, it might have sent it to the Electoral Bureau No. 48 [for the polling stations abroad],' he mentioned.

ForMin Melescanu discusses in Paris with observers accredited to polling stations

Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Melescanu and Romania's Ambassador in Paris Bogdan Mazuru met on Sunday with the observers accredited to the polling stations in Paris to discuss the way the voting process unfurled in the capital of France in the two rounds for the election of the Romanian President.

Almost 60,000 MAI employees ensure public order in election runoff

Over 58,000 policemen, gendarmes, border policemen, firemen and employees of other operative structures are on duty on Sunday to secure a smooth unfolding of the voting process, in full accordance with the in force legislation, Interior Ministry (MAI) spokesperson Monica Dajbog told a press conference.

ForMin Corlatean: My proposal is to make statutory declaration available before voting day, on a website

Foreign Affairs Minister Titus Corlatean on Tuesday said that he proposed the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) representatives that the statutory declaration should be made available for the electors on the internet before the voting day and signed afterwards, in front of the polling station president.