PAS candidate Alexei Percemlî wins the elections in Bubuieci
Following the repeated elections in Bubuieci commune, Chisinau municipality, Percemlî Alexei, the candidate of the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) got the most votes. According to preliminary data presented by the Central Electoral Commission (CEC), the PAS candidate obtained 891 votes out of 1,748 votes validly cast.
Residents of Bubuieci commune will elect their mayor today
About eight thousand citizens with the right to vote from Bubuieci commune, Chisinau municipality, are expected today, February 11, at the polls to elect their mayor. According to the Central Electoral Commission, until 09:00, the right to vote was exercised by 112 voters or 1.28% of those registered in the basic electoral lists.
Second round of repeat voting in Aluatu
The second round of repeat voting for the mayor of Aluatu village in Taraclia district is underway today, according to the Central Election Commission. There is only one polling station in the village, and 770 voters are registered on the lists. For the elections to be valid, at least 20% of the registered voters must participate.
Second round of repeated elections will be held on Sunday in Aluatu village, Taraclia disctrict
Tomorrow, December 3, in the village of Aluatu, district of Taraclia, the second round of repeated voting for the election of the mayor of the locality will take place, informs the Central Electoral Commission. Electoral competitors from the "Party of Change" and the "Party of Socialists from the Republic of Moldova" political party are running for the mayoral mandate.
Second round of local elections// CEC ordered the recount of ballots in eight localities in Moldova
The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) ordered the recount of the ballots for the election of the mayor in some localities in the country, following the second round of the general local elections on November 19, 2023.
Chisinau Municipality: PAS and MAN each obtain two mayoral mandates in the suburbs, in the second round of voting
The Action and Solidarity Party and the National Alternative Movement each obtained two mayoral mandates in the suburbs of Chisinau, where the second round of voting took place, according to preliminary data presented by the Central Electoral Commission.
Preliminary results: Alexandr Petkov becomes mayor of Balti, Serghei Anastasov is re-elected in Comrat
The Central Electoral Commission presents the preliminary results for the second round of local general elections. The candidate of Our Party, Alexandr Petkov, becomes the mayor of Balti according to the preliminary results presented by the Central Electoral Commission. 57.58 of the residents voted for him. In Comrat, the current mayor Serghei Anastasov obtains a new mandate, according to the preliminary results, with 58% of the votes. His opponent, Nicolai Dudoglo, obtained 42 percent of the votes.
The Central Electoral Commission: 140 cases of violations or incidents had been registered before polling stations closed
According to the preliminary data, in all the 273 settlements where the second round of voting was held, the elections are declared valid, because a turnout of more than 20% was recorded, announced the President of the Central Electoral Commission, Angelica Caraman. Meanwhile, before the polling stations were closed, 140 violations and incidents had been recorded. Most of them relate to the organized transportation of voters. More than 313,000 voters or approximately 37% participated in the second round of the general local elections.
The Central Electoral Commission: By 6:00 p.m. 34% of the residents had voted. At Chioselia Rusa only two votes were registered
By 6:00 p.m. 34% of the residents expected at the polls for the second round of the general local elections had voted, the president of the Central Electoral Commission, Angelica Caraman, announced in a press conference. Over 63 percent voted in Corjova, Dubasari District. Meanwhile, in Chioselia Rusa, Gagauzia, where repeated council elections are held, only two people showed up at the polls.