Voter turnout

#2019PresidentialElection/Partial results: Iohannis - 65.88%, Dancila - 34.12%

In the November 24 presidential runoff, Klaus Iohannis won 65.88% of the valid votes to his challenger Viorica Danncila's 34.12%, after the count of the votes from 99.67% of the polling stations, Spokesman for the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) Mircea Preotescu said on Monday.

#2019PresidentialElection/Voter turnout as of 21:00 hrs: 47.66pct

Voter turnout in Sunday's presidential election as of 21:00hrs was 47.66 percent nationwide, according to the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) Spokesman Mircea Preotescu. In the urban area, voter turnout was 48.54pct, and in the rural area, 46.49pct. The total turnout, by 21:00hrs, was 8,683,112, with as many as 5,056,941 voters in the urban area and 3,626,171 in the rural area.

#2019PresidentialElection/Voter turnout as of 17:00hrs: 37.93pct

Voter turnout in Sunday's presidential election as of 17:00hrs was 37.93pct nationwide, according to BEC spokesman Mircea Preotescu. The turnout in the urban area was 3,979,928, while in the countryside it was 2,931,156, he added. Higher turnout rates were reported in the counties of Ilfov (47.59pct), Cluj (45.27pct), Brasov (42.89pct), Sibiu (42.64pct) and Arges (41.96pct).

#2019PresidentialElection/Voter turnout as of 15:00hrs: 29.21pct

Voter turnout in Sunday's presidential election as of 15:00hrs was 29.21pct nationwide, according to BEC spokesman Mircea Preotescu. The turnout in the urban area was 29.99pct, while in the countryside it was 28.16pct, he added. Higher turnout rates were reported in the counties of Ilfov (36.44pct), Cluj (34.80pct) and Brasov (34pct).

#2019PresidentialElection/BEC: Voter turnout before 9:00hrs stands at 3.52pct of the voters

The nationwide voter turnout in the presidential elections on Sunday, before 9:00, stood at 3.52 percent of the voters, according to Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) Spokesman Mircea Preotescu. In the urban area, the turnout was 3.48 percent, and in the rural area 3.57 percent, while in Bucharest it stood at 3.32 percent, he added.

#2019PresidentialElection/Speaker Ciolacu: I voted in hope of a much better and peaceful Romania

Speaker of the Deputies' Chamber Marcel Ciolacu stated, upon exiting the polling station, that he voted "in hope of a much better and peaceful Romania," adding that he hopes for the voter turnout to exceed 50 percent.

There Were Fewer Complaints in Second Round of Local Elections

Complaints over irregularities during the second round of local elections in Bulgaria are about 7 percent less in comparison to the first round, the Central Election Commission announced an hour before the end of elections. The mayoral run-off in more than one third of the municipalities in Bulgaria is about to end with lower voter turnout in comparison to the first round.

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