The Central election Commission of Moldova presented to the constitutional court for approval of the Protocol on results of voting in the second round of presidential elections, which took place on Sunday, November 13. About it the correspondent of UKRINFORM in the Republic of Moldova.
«The Central election Commission presented to the constitutional court for approval of the report on the results of the first round of presidential elections on 30 October 2016, and the Protocol on results of voting in the second round of elections, held on November 13,» — said the CEC.
It is also noted that under the election Code, for the next 10 days, the constitutional court must approve (or not approve) the results of the presidential election, but not earlier than in the courts will be resolved all disputes concerning claims and appeals.
According to the constitutional court the documents for the candidate from the Party of socialists Igor Dodon voted 52,11% of the voters, and his opponent, the leader of the party «Action and solidarity» Maia Sandu — 47,9%.
In the vote in the second round of presidential elections in Moldova was attended by 1.6 million citizens with the right to vote (a little over 53% included in the voter lists of citizens).
Recall, 13 October in Moldova there has passed the second round of presidential elections. According to the results of counting all the votes in the election of President of Moldova was won by the leader of the Socialist party Igor Dodon.
The main competitor of Dodon, the leader of the Pro-European party «Action and solidarity» Maia Sandu said it is collecting signatures on an online petition on announcement of results of elections of the President of Moldova invalid.
The newly elected President of Moldova Igor Dodon criticized the Association of Moldova with the EU and advocated partnership with Russia.
November 21, in the Moldovan capital Chisinau, supporters of Maia Sandu came out to protest in the city center, speaking against the presidential election results. The protest was organized by the group «Youth of Moldova». The protesters said they would continue such actions, both in Chisinau and in other towns of Moldova.
CEC of Moldova submitted to the Constitutional court the Protocol on the voting results 22.11.2016