UPDATE Saturday, 2:25 pm The number of voters in the diaspora has exceeded 50,000.
UPDATE Saturday, 14:00 The exact number of voters in the diaspora so far is 47,734, the Standing Electoral Authority said.
26,405 voters on additional lists and 21,329 on distribution lists.
UPDATE Saturday, 1.40 pm The first day of voting abroad, in the elections for the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies in 2020, ended in the 6 easternmost constituencies held in Australia and New Zealand. These are Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Auckland.
The voting process went in excellent condition and there was no need to extend the vote, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
At the same time, at 2.00 pm in Romania, the first day of voting at polling stations will end in Seoul, Tokyo, Perth, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
In addition, at 13:00 in Romania, the first day of voting for the 2020 parliamentary elections began and at the polling station on the east coast of Canada, in Dieppe.
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UPDATE Saturday, 1pm So far 42,114 people have voted abroad, according to data published by the Standing Electoral Authority.
UPDATE Saturday, 11:00 So far, 31,825 people have voted for the diaspora, according to the latest official figures.
There are 10,496 voters on the additional lists and 21,329 voters on the distribution lists.
UPDATE Saturday, 9.00 am: Voting is currently underway in 695 polling stations in Asia, Europe and Africa (New Zealand, Australia, Republic of Korea, Japan, China, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Turkmenistan , Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, United Arab Emirates, Georgia, Sultanate of Oman, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Belarus, Ethiopia, Iraq, Kenya, Kuwait, Qatar, Russian Federation, Turkey, South Africa, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Egypt , Estonia, Finland, Hellenic Republic, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldova, Palestine, Syria, Sudan, Ukraine, Zimbabwe, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark , Switzerland, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, North Macedonia, Kingdom of Morocco, Montenegro, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Tunisia, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Portugal, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Irla nda del Nord, Senega l), sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by means of a press release.
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UPDATE Saturday, 7.00: 21,329 voters voted by mail and 273 exercised their right to vote, the total number of voters right now is 21,602, according to AEP.
Sections open in Afghanistan, Armenia, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China, Cyprus, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, Philippines, India, Iraq, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Malaysia, Moldova, New Zealand, Russia, Qatar, Oman, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Turkey, Thailand.
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Voting for the parliamentary elections of 5 and 6 December 2020 began on Friday, at 20:00, Romania time, with the opening of the polling station organized in Auckland, New Zealand, reports Agerpres.
The polling stations in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney opened at 22:00 Romanian time, followed by the polling stations in Adelaide (22:30 Romanian time) and Brisbane (23:00 Romanian time).
The first day of voting abroad will continue with the opening of polling stations organized in Seoul and Tokyo (24:00, Romanian time), Perth, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Beijing, Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore (01:00, Romania).
Voting abroad will take place over 59 hours, taking into account the differences in time zones.
The western sections of the United States of America (Los Angeles, Anaheim, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Altos, Las Vegas, Portland and Seattle) and Canada (Vancouver) will be the last to open and close on Monday. 7 December at 07:00 Romanian time.
Romanian citizens domiciled or residing abroad can vote in the 2020 parliamentary elections in any of the 748 polling stations organized abroad, on Saturdays and Sundays.
The polling stations are open from 07:00 to 21:00 local time, with the possibility of extending the vote until 23:59 at the latest, in cases where there are still voters who are at the polling station at 21:00 or are lined up outside the polling station.
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