(UPDATE 14:55) Up to this hour 1,016,178 people voted, accounting 35.25%. The most active are people aged 56-70 (about 367,675 people), less active are young people aged 18-25 - 73,773 young people voted.
(UPDATE 14:30) 983,600 voters were presented in the polling stations, which represents 34.16% of the total number of people with voting rights.
(UPDATE 13:00) According to the CEC, by 13.00, some 800,000 voters presented at the polls, which accounts for over 28% of the voting population. If we compare with the 2014 parliamentary elections, about 21% of the voters in the country and abroad exercised the right to vote, and with the presidential election in 2016 in the first round - 28%, in the second round - 29 %.
All polling stations in the 50 uninominal constituencies are in the process of voting, and at 14:00 (Moldova time) the polling stations of the constituency 51, the US and Canada, will begin their activity.
Until 13:00, about 27 thousand citizens of the Republic of Moldova abroad exercised their right to vote. In some polling stations, for example, Frankfurt, Dublin, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Treviso, queues were formed. That is why the citizens are urged by the CEC to enter the diaspora.voteaza.md page to inform about the nearest polling station where they can participate in the elections. If in the locality where many polling stations are open, voters are urged to choose the least crowded.
According to the CEC, equipment that will facilitate the voting process of people with visual disabilities have been distributed to all polling stations. Similarly, in order to facilitate the voting process for visually impaired people, 3 polling stations in the localities were equipped with closed circuit television systems.
Voters who can not go to the polling station for health reasons have the right to request the mobile box at home by 15.00.
(UPDATE 12:00) 605,674 voters were present at the polls, representing 21.29% of the total voting population.
Among them, 49.23% are men, while 50.77% are women.
(UPDATE 11:30) 17.22% of citizens with voting rights elected until 11.30
(UPDATE 10:00) About 284,626 people voted until this hour, which is 10.09%. The most active are people aged 56-70, about 120,937 people voted, less active are young people aged 18-25, about 14,495 young people voted. At present, 149,405 men and 140,723 women voted.
(UPDATE 09:00) Presence at voting time until 09:00 is 4.03%. Men account for 51.49 percent, women - 48.50 percent.
The most active are people aged 56-70, about 49,467 people voted, less active are young people aged 18-25, about 6,284 young people voted.
Until 08:30, 2.47 percent of people with voting rights presented at polling stations.
Elections and referendum are set off! Moldovan people are called to decide future for the next four years.
All latest information about parliamentary elections and referendum can be found on website alegepublika.md. Our correspondents will broadcast situation of elections in all places.
Both parliamentary elections and the consultative referendum take place on Sunday. Polling stations will be open from 7:00 to 21:00 local time in the country.
The voter will receive four ballots: two for the election of the deputies and two for the referendum.