Socialist Igor Dodon has exercised the right to vote. The candidate for president arrived at the polling station with his wife and one of his sons.
"It's a historic day for Moldova, tomorrow begins the modern era. I voted for the future of the country. I voted for the future of our children, and against those who were ruling in the last 7 years. I think most citizens want the country to go in one direction of its citizens. I promise that I will be a president of all citizens" , said Igor Dodon.
PUBLIKA.MD notes that, according to the CEC, all polling stations across the country were open and operating as normal.
Over 2.808.880 million citizens eligible to vote are expected to cast ballots. Most voters are expected to vote in Chisinau and the fewest in Basarabeasca town.
The vote today is monitored by 4,000 observers accredited by the CEC.
The first preliminary data on the results will be presented to 22.00, local time.