37 polling stations will open today at 12:00 in the Republic of Moldova for the second round of Romanian presidential elections. The Romanian Embassy in Chișinău informed that the same polling stations will be used in the second round of elections as in the first one, thus the polling stations are at the same addresses.
Abroad polling stations are open for three days: Friday, November 22, from 12:00 to 21:00; on Saturday, November 23, between 7:00 and 21:00; and on Sunday, November 24, between 07:00 and 21:00. Voters who are standing in line at the polling stations at 21:00, will be able to cast their vote until 23:59 at the latest.
12 polling stations will be open in Chișinău. There are two polling stations in Bălți and one polling station in each of the other 23 settlements. In order to vote, Romanian citizens in the Republic of Moldova need a Romanian identity card or a simple electronic passport, which are valid during the election day. Voters who are 18 years old on election day may cast their vote.
Over 43 thousand Romanian citizens in the Republic of Moldova voted in the first round of the Romanian presidential elections. The most active voters were aged between 45 and 54 years. 18 to 24 year olds were the most passive voters in Moldova.
Klaus Iohannis, National Liberal Party candidate, and Viorica Dăncilă, Social Democratic Party leader, proceeded in the second round of the Romanian presidential elections.