The inhabitants of the Transnistrian region who have Moldovan identification papers will be able to move freely to the polling stations established on the right bank of the Nistru to vote in the presidential runoff on November 15. The Transnistrian authorities said the movement rules on November 15 are the same as those applied in the first round of voting on November 1, IPN reports.
When going back, the persons will have to present a document to confirm that they voted, such as the stamp “Elections” put in the accompanying loose leaf of the identity card. If they don’t provide confirmation, the persons will have to self-isolate for two weeks, as all those who cross the administrative line.
For the presidential elections, the Central Election Commission decided to establish 42 polling stations for voters residing in the Transnistrian region, in Bender municipality and in some of the villages of Căușeni district on the right side of the Nistru. More than 14,000 voters cast their ballots at the 42 polling stations in the first round of voting.