The voting process is CLOSED in Australia too! Nearly 1,000 people voted – News on sources


The voting process ended in Australia, with nearly 1,000 Romanians being registered for the polls, according to Agerpres.

According to the Central Electoral Bureau's online platform, 989 Romanians voted in the six sections opened in this country – in Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and Brisbane. There were also four correspondence votes in the Sydney section.

Also read: New Zealand, the first country in which the electoral process is over! 191 Romanians voted in the Auckland section

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.

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.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends that Romanian citizens from abroad come to vote from the first part of the day, in order to avoid possible agglomerations that could be created towards the end of the polling stations program.

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