At foreign polling stations where Moldovan citizens to vote in the second round of the presidential election, the vote is active in Italy, Romania, France and Russia.
About this Central election Commission of Moldova, the correspondent of «UKRINFORM».
«By this time most actively vote, representatives of the Moldovan Diaspora in Italy (voted by more than 13 thousand voters), Romania (more than 5 thousand people), Russia (over 4 thousand) and France (about 3 thousand voters),» — said the head of the CEC Alina Rusu.
According to the data, the turnout in the second round of the presidential elections as of 13.00 hours 29.8% (more than 860 thousand voters).
The highest turnout was registered in the village of Pokrovka, Donduseni Moldova, which voted more than 63% of the population, and the lowest – in one of the villages of Cantemir district in the South of the country where the votes of just over 20% of the population.
In Moldova, most actively take part in the voting by voters aged 56-70 years (voted by about 38%), while as a percentage of the voters in the age group of 18-25 years is about 7%.
«As in the first round of the elections, the most active voters were the residents of the village of Pokrovka, Donduseni (North), where at this hour have voted about 23% of the voters,» said Russu.
Earlier, the CEC reported about the incident with the ballot papers to two polling stations in Portugal: the company responsible for the delivery of ballots, declared them missing.
The CEC decided to print about three thousand ballots, which, with the assistance of the Ministry of foreign Affairs and European integration will be delivered on sites for voting in Portugal.
As reported, on Sunday, November 13, in Moldova passes the second round of presidential elections: for the presidency claim the President of the party of socialists Igor Dodon and the single candidate of the right forces, the leader of the party «Action and solidarity» Maia Sandu.
According to the results of the first round of the election for Dodon voted more than 48% of voters, and for Sandu — about 38% of the electorate.
This is the first 1996 presidential elections. From 2001 to 2009 the head of state elected by Parliament. In the spring of 2016 the constitutional court of Moldova issued a verdict on returning to the procedure of popular election of the President.
On presidential elections of Moldova are most actively vote in Italy, Romania, Russia and France 13.11.2016