Voting

ParliamentaryElections2020/PMP's Tomac: We must be extremely vigilant until the last vote is counted

People's Movement Party (PMP) Chairman Eugen Tomac asked on Sunday evening his party members to stay extremely vigilant, involved and attentive until the last vote is counted and the minutes are signed. "We must be extremely vigilant, involved and attentive until the last vote is counted and the minutes are signed.

ParliamentaryElections2020/ Voting in the country ends; more than 18,000 polling sections, closed

The polling stations organized in the country for the appointment of future deputies and senators have closed on Sunday, the electoral process coming to an end. Romanians in the country went to the polls on Sunday in over 18,800 polling stations, starting at 7:00 hrs.

ParliamentaryElection2020/ More than 71k Romanians voted in Diaspora on first day until 18:00 (Romania Time)

Over 71,000 Romanians in the Diaspora have cast their vote on Saturday by 18:00 (Romania Time). On the first day of voting abroad, voting has already closed in sections of New Zealand, Australia, the Republic of Korea, Japan, China, the Philippines, Malaysia, the Republic of Singapore, the Republic of Indonesia, the Kingdom of Thailand, Vietnam and Kazakhstan.

ParliamentaryElection2020/ Central Electoral Bureau requests Posta Romana for details on votes by mail

The Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) requested, at Saturday's sitting, the Romanian Post - Posta Romana - SA National Company for more information on the vote expressed by correspondence in the parliamentary election by Romanians in the Diaspora.

ParliamentaryElection2020/ Until 7:00 Romanian time, over 21,500 Romanians abroad cast their vote

The electoral process in the parliamentary election is under way abroad, where by 7:00 Romanian time on Saturday more than 21,500 Romanians from outside the country voted. According to data published online on the permanent Electoral Authority (AEP) platform, 21,329 voters cast their vote by mail and 273 exercised their right to the polls, with the total number of voters at 7:00 a.m.

ParliamentaryElections2020/ Start vote abroad; first polling station has been opened in Aucklan, New Zealand

Voting in the Senate and Chamber of Deputies elections of December 5 and 6, 2020, began on Friday at 8 pm, Romania's time, once with the opening of the polling station in Auckland, New Zealand, informed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE), in a press release.

GeneralElection2020 /Over 18,000 polling stations to open in Romania for Sunday's general election

More than 18 million Romanian voters are expected to go to the polls on Sunday at over 18,000 polling stations to open in the country to elect their representatives to the new Parliament. Senators and MPs are elected by ballot, according to the principle of proportional representation. Voting in the country takes place on a single day - Sunday, from 07:00hrs to 21:00hrs.

GeneralElection2020/748 polling stations abroad for 2020 general election, up from 417 in 2016

Romania's Foreign Ministry (MAE) will open 748 polling stations abroad for the December 6 election to the Romanian Senate and Chamber of Deputies that will meet the health protection requirements to contain COVID-19, up 331 from the previous general election in 2016, MAE's official in charge with special electoral tasks Iulian Ivan.

ParliamentaryElection2020/ Over 39,000 Romanians in diaspora to vote by mail; Thursday - envelope receipt deadline

Thursday is the deadline by which the envelopes with the vote of Romanians abroad must reach the vote-by-mail Electoral Bureau, the diplomatic mission or the consular office, and those to arrive after this date will be considered void. A number of 39,244 Romanians settled in over 100 countries opted to vote by mail in the December 6 parliamentary elections.

ParliamentaryElections2020/ Iohannis: I wish large turnout; no discrimination for electors in quarantined places

President Klaus Iohannis said on Monday that he wished for a large turnout in the parliamentary elections, underscoring that there would be no discriminations regarding the electors in the quarantined localities. "It is somewhat difficult to estimate the voter turnout.

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