The Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) announced that it completed on Monday the shipping of the necessary materials for voting to the diplomatic missions and consular offices of Romania, in view of ensuring a smooth running of the voting process abroad in the elections to the European Parliament and the national referendum of 26 May.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) started on Thursday to send the necessary material for the voting abroad in the elections to the European Parliament and the national referendum on Justice, mentioning that it is the biggest number of ballot papers to be sent abroad - over 4 million.
On May 2, Bulgaria's Central Election Commission presented the ballot paper for the European Parliament elections. It has two columns, reports BNT.
The first column (from 1 to 27) presents the order of parties, coalitions and independent candidates, as determined by the draw held by the CEC. The last, 28th box is for the "I do not support anyone" option, which was introduced in 2016.