Voting

ForMin Corlatean: Several embassies asked for voting process's extension, BEC turned them down

The Foreign Affairs Minister, Titus Corlatean on Sunday night said that several Romanian embassies, the one in London among them have requested an extension of the voting process, but the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) decided to deny it.

Central Electoral Bureau issues decision on special ballot box voting

The president of the electoral bureau of the polling station will examine the copies of medical documents or other official documents attached to the written request to exercise the voting rights through the special ballot box, proving that the persons in question are non-transportable, the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) says in a decision adopted on Friday.

Elections held for councils of national minorities

Elections held for councils of national minorities

BELGRADE -- According to first unofficial estimates of the CeSID agency, the list led by Sulejman Ugljanin has won the election for the Bosniak National Council.

The preliminary results will be announced on Monday, while the final results will be known on Thursday at the latest.

Nearly Half of Bulgarians Used Preference Option While Voting - Poll

Some 46.9 percent of the Bulgarian voters used the preference tool while casting a ballot, Gallup agency has announced.

The October 5 early elections saw the first use of preferential voting in a national poll.

Official results from the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) are expected later next week.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS Over 18 million Romanians are expected at the ballot boxes in November to elect their president

Over 18 million Romanians are expected at the ballot boxes in November to elect their president from the 14 candidates registered in the electoral competition.

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Let’s do e-voting

The voting is over and the winner is Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. However, the aftermath of the voting is still chaotic. Every party that participated in the elections is busy trying to figure out what the results mean for their future and how they should proceed into the future. The reason why there is so much debate is the huge number of people who did not vote.

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