Voter Turnout by 6pm – 41.8 percent

According to the CRTA’s election observation mission, a total of 41,8 percent of citizens  out of 6.584.376 registered to vote at the parliamentary elections at 8.433 polling stations have voted in parliamentary elections until 6pm. Margin of error was +/- 1,1 percent.

Protective health measures such as the use of masks and gloves are still being used, however in a slight lower scope among both the members of polling boards and voters. Protective sanitary kits (masks, gloves…) were used by polling boards at 65 percent of polling stations, sporadically at 29 percent, and were not used at all at six percent of polling stations. Voters consistently wore masks at 49 percent of polling stations, sporadically at 46 percent, and did not wear them at five percent of polling stations.

The next media conference of the CRTA’s election observation mission is scheduled for 8.30pm. You may follow the conference live at the CRTA’s website or Facebook page.