"From the opening of the polling stations until this time (11:30), 17 notifications of possible electoral incidents have been registered at the national level related to the conduct of the elections.
So far, five complaints have not been confirmed. A single fine was imposed in Olt County. in the amount of 500 lei for the abusive appeal of the unique number of emergencies 112. The rest of the notifications are being verified.
Generally, the notifications were about the lack of stamps or the advice of the voters at the branch office with which candidate to vote and the continuation of the electoral propaganda.
Several medical cases have been registered. For example, in Vaslui County an ambulance was requested for the deputy chairman of a polling station and another member of the same polling station, and a woman from Ilfov was taken to hospital after being injured in the polling station.
In Vrancea, at a polling station, the voting process was temporarily suspended due to the health status of the section president. Currently, he is provided specialized medical care on the spot.
In Suceava county, two polling stations remained without power, the intervention teams being alerted, ”said Monica Dajbog, spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"We remind you that the advice of voters at the polling stations headquarters to vote or not to vote for a certain candidate is punished with a fine between 1,500 and 4,500 lei.
With the same fine, the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages is punished until 21:00 in the protection area of the polling station 21.00.
Offering or giving money, goods or other benefits in order to determine the voter to vote or not to vote for a certain candidate is punished by imprisonment from 6 months to 3 years and the prohibition of exercising certain rights.
People who vote twice or more times, vote without this right, enter more ballot papers than they have in the ballot box, use a false or null identity card or fake ballot risk a prison sentence. at 6 months to 3 years or a fine and the prohibition on the exercise of rights ”, mentions Monica Dajbog.