PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. According to the information provided by the BEC, the turnout exceeded 40%. By 5:22 pm, 7,235,148 Romanians voted.
Attendance at the vote, weaker than in 2014
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Three incidents have been registered so far at the County Electoral Office (BEJ) Galaţi and the Police has opened criminal files in two cases, for vote fraud.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Over seven million people have voted so far in Romania and abroad.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Over six million people have voted so far in Romania and abroad.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. According to estimates of today's presidential elections, valid at 12.00, President Klaus Iohannis would have 38% of the vote, followed by Viorica Dăncilă, with 26%, by USR candidate Dan Barna, with 14 percent and the independent Mircea Diaconu, with 9 percent. . The estimate does not include votes from the diaspora.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. The attendance at the vote recorded at 3 pm in Romania is 29.21%.
Over 5,300,000 people voted in the country.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Over 478,000 Romanians voted in DIASPORA, until 3 pm, on the third day of presidential election.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. They are joined by about 25,200 Romanians from the diaspora who voted by correspondence.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. According to information on the online platform of the Central Electoral Bureau, most voters in the diaspora were in Italy, over 84,000. There were 142 polling stations. In the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, where 72 sections were organized, about 68,000 Romanians voted.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Theodor Paleologu, the PMP candidate for the position of president, said he voted for a respect Romania, that the young people "have reasons to stay in Romania".
"I voted" for ", because in the first round we do not vote" against ", in the first round we vote" for ", for values, for beliefs, for beliefs, for ideas, for ideals. I voted for my son to have more reasons to live and work in Romania. I voted for young people like him, people of his generation to have reasons to stay in Romania and contribute to the well-being of this country. I voted for a Romania of respect for work, respect for education, respect for the cultural and spiritual heritage of Romania and Europe, respect for Romanians of all ages, young and old, for Romanians in Romania and outside the country, ”he declared Paleologu.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Dan Barna voted in Sibiu, around 10:00 am with his wife. The presidential candidate USR-PLUS urges Romanians to vote and argues that the stamp of today is the power that each citizen has.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. "I voted today for change, for a Romania that is beginning to make changes now, not in five years, not in ten years. I voted at the end of a process that I say the Romanians understood the stakes of these elections, and the generation after 89 is involved. I came to vote with my family. Here are my parents, my brothers and my two colleagues, the president of the USR and the campaign coordinator from PLUS. My message: take your friends, family and vote and express your faith for the future of Romania. Today, that small stamp is the power that every citizen has, ”said Dan Barna.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. The leader of the UDMR, Kelemen Hunor, candidate for the position of president of Romania, declared on Sunday, in the locality of Cârţa, that he voted for the future of Romania, for respect and for trust.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. "Today I came to the vote, I voted for the future of Romania, for respect and trust. I voted for a society and a country that will invest in the two important resources, man and nature, in education and environmental protection and supporting the economy. I am convinced that today will be a great presence and I say go to the vote, vote and choose the best solution for Romania ", declared the UDMR president on leaving the polling station.
President Klaus Iohannis voted, at 9.00 am, at Jean Monet High School, in the Capital.
"Today is an extremely important day for Romania, but I admit that for me personally. I voted for Normal Romania. I wish for a very good future for Romania and I hope to receive confirmation today that many Romanians want the same thing. Today, on voting day, it is the day when Romanians decide what Romania will have in the coming years. Voting day is the most important day for Romanians who want to participate in the democratic process. So, dear Romanians, I am waiting for you to vote! " in the message on the president's Facebook account.
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The head of state said he voted "for a normal Romania".
"It is an extremely important day for Romania, but I admit that for me personally. I voted for normal Romania. I wish for a very good future for Romania and I hope to receive confirmation today that many Romanians want the same thing.
Today, on voting day, is the day when Romanians decide what the future of Romania will look like in the coming year. Voting day is the most important day for Romanians who want to participate in the democratic process, ”said Klaus Iohannis.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. In the country, until 9.00 am, there was a ballot presence of 3.52%.
In the urban area, the attendance at the polls was 3.48% and in the rural area 3.57%, and in Bucharest 3.32%
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. The number of Romanians who voted abroad in the first round of the presidential elections exceeded the threshold of 300,000 on Sunday morning, according to the data of the Central Electoral Bureau.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Prime Minister Ludovic Orban and the PSD presidential candidate Viorica Dăncilă voiced their vote, in the early hours of the morning.
"I came with good thoughts for Romania. I exercised my right to vote as in all the polls that took place after 1990. I obviously voted for a normal, strong Romania, respected in the world. In which the rights and freedoms of each citizen are sanctified and in which every person has a chance to succeed in life. Today's vote is fundamental, the function of president of Romania", said Ludovic Orban.
"I voted for a Romania of guaranteed rights, a safe and worthy Romania in which Romanians do not live in fear of tomorrow that they have no money for drugs or bills.
I voted against the cuts of pensions and wages, I voted against austerities and for a united Romania in which every Romanian can be found in the decisions of the President of Romania ”, said Viorica Dăncilă, on Sunday morning, when leaving the polling station.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Prime Minister Ludovic Orban voted: I voted for a normal Romania. Romanians to vote
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Almost 19 million Romanians today elect their president in the first round of presidential elections. At 7.00 pm the crucial vote for Romania started, and at 9.00 pm the ballot boxes will close. 14 candidates have registered for the chair at Cotroceni Palace.
There are over 18,700 polling stations in total. In the Diaspora voting attendance is historic. The number of Romanians who voted so far exceeded that of the first round of the 2014 presidential elections.
At the same time throughout our day, our site, www. antena3.ro will provide you, in real time, the latest and complete information about the voting process. Also, for any incidents, you can call us on the phone numbers 021.20.30.159 or 0374.858.629.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. More than 195,000 Romanians had voted after three quarters of an hour since the polls opened. That means over 1%.
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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. Interior Minister Marcel Vela, Minister of Education, Cristina Anisie and the general mayor of the Capital, Gabriela Firea, were among the first to vote.
"I came at 7 in the morning to vote, thinking of children. I wish to live in a country where all children, not only in cities but also in the country, have the same chances. I voted for a president who will puts an end to austerity measures, "said the mayor, Gabriela Firea.
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In the country, 18,748 polling stations are organized. According to the AEP, the total number of voters registered in the permanent electoral lists is 18,217,156 for this election.
Citizens can vote with a valid identity card, issued by the Romanian state, respectively: the identity card; the electronic identity card; the provisional identity card; identity card; diplomatic passport; electronic diplomatic passport; service passport; electronic service passport; simple passport; simple electronic passport; the temporary simple passport; travel title; military service card.
If the voter is in the territorial-administrative unit where he has his domicile or residence, he can vote only at the polling station where the street or locality where his domicile or residence is located, and if he is in another administrative-territorial unit he can vote at any polling station.
If the voter fulfills the function of member of the electoral bureau of the polling station or of computer operator of the electoral bureau of the polling station or ensures the order is maintained, he / she votes at the polling station where he / she carries out his / her activity. Also, if the voter has reduced mobility, he can vote at any polling station that ensures his access to the vote.
With the special ballot, voters who cannot be transported for reasons of illness or invalidity can vote, the persons who on the day of voting are in the country and who because of the specific activity they carry out cannot be present at the polling station, the detained persons, held on the basis of a mandate of preventive arrest or persons serving a sentence deprived of liberty, but who have not lost their electoral rights.
Voting for Romanians abroad began on Friday. Also, Romanians from abroad could vote in this poll by correspondence.
The polling stations in the country for the first round of the presidential elections will close on Sunday at 21.00. Voting can be extended until 23.59 for voters who are at the polling station headquarters at 21.00, as well as for those who are outside the polling station headquarters.
In these elections 14 candidates registered. If none of the candidates will have a majority of validly expressed votes of the voters registered in the permanent electoral lists, a second poll will be organized, on November 24, between the first two ranked ones. The ballot will be won by the candidate who gets the largest number of valid votes cast. The term of office of the head of state is five years.
Update. Romanians vote a very large number on Saturday in the Diaspora. The number of those who had gone to the polls until 22.50 (Romania time, n.red.) Had passed by 270,000, in addition to the 25,000 who voted by correspondence. Five years ago, 379,116 voters voted in the diaspora, a number that is likely to be seriously overtaken until the polls close. Five years ago, however, it was voted abroad in one day, not in three as it is now. In May, nearly 385,000 people voted in the Diaspora.
In Romania, the polls open on Sunday mornings.
UPDATE. Almost 268,000 Romanians voted at the polls in the first round of the presidential elections until Saturday at 22:00 Romania time, according to data published on the platform of the Central Electoral Bureau.
UPDATE 18.37. Record presence in the diaspora for the first round. 256,000 Romanians have voted so far abroad, including those who voted by correspondence, about 25,000.
UPDATE 17.00. Over 193,000 Romanians were present to vote abroad until this hour.
The attendance at the vote in 2014 has been far exceeded since the first round. In 2014, in the first round 161054 Romanians had voted, and 378811 in round 2. In 2014 there were 294 polling stations in the diaspora, and now there are 835.
Over 138,000 Romanians were present at the polls, abroad, until Saturday at 14.00.
For the first time, this year, Romanians from abroad have three days to elect the President of Romania to the polls, in 835 polling stations. Friday could be voted between local time 12.00 and local time 21.00, and Saturday and Sunday between local time 7.00 and local time 21.00. Voters who at 21.00 are at the polling station headquarters, as well as those who are outside the polling station headquarters to enter the polling place, may exercise their voting rights until 23.59 local time. .
The right to vote can be exercised at any of the sections organized outside the country, based on an identity document valid on the day of voting: the electronic identity card; the provisional identity card; identity card or diplomatic passport; electronic diplomatic passport / service passport / electronic service passport / single passport / electronic simple passport / temporary simple passport; in the case of students from military schools, the military service booklet.
The addresses of the polling stations and other information about the electoral process are published on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the special section dedicated to the presidential election, according to Agerpres.
The initial story
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. The diaspora voting rate has accelerated as it is a day off. More than 130,000 Romanians have voted so far, most of them in the Republic of Moldova, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Italy.
Of these, 25,000 expressed their vote by correspondence, and their envelopes arrived in Bucharest, in specially arranged polling stations. It is under guard until Sunday evening, at 21.00, when the ballot boxes will be closed on the Romanian territory.
At the headquarters of political parties there is a great boil.
About 90,000 Romanian citizens voted, until Saturday at 10.00 am, in polling stations open outside the borders, informs the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"The vote in the elections for the nomination of the President of Romania continues on Saturday. At 10.00 (Romania time) 776 polling stations were already open, up to this time a total of 88,044 Romanian citizens exercising their right to vote," he said. MAE, in a press release sent Agerpres.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. According to the source quoted, the second voting day is underway in the sections of Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.
"Voting within the 835 sections organized abroad started on Friday, and Romanian citizens from abroad can still exercise their right to vote at this poll today and tomorrow, between 7.00 and 21.00," said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. .
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2019. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates the recommendation addressed to Romanian citizens abroad during the presidential elections to vote during both days in order to avoid possible crowds during the day on Sunday.