Some of out-of-country polling stations change addresses

The number of out-of-country polling stations in the presidential runoff will be the same as in the first round of voting, but some of these stations will have different addresses on November 15, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Aureliu Ciocoi said in the Cabinet meeting, being quoted by IPN.

Some of the out-of-country polling stations will be relocated because the owners of the buildings refused to host the station again or the local authorities imposed conditions. “We are yet glad that our colleagues, ambassadors and staff of diplomatic missions, managed in a record period of time, despite all the difficulties, to find other locations for polling stations in the same cities as in the first round,” stated the minister.

Information about the addresses of the 139 out-of-country polling stations is available on the websites of embassies.

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