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In Cyprus and Greece, the turnout in the presidential elections in Russia was a record

In Cyprus and Greece, the turnout in the presidential elections in Russia was a record

March 19 2018
Tags:Cyprus, Greece, Politics, Elections, President, Russia, Russians in Cyprus

Voter turnout in the presidential elections in Greece and Cyprus was a record, RIA Novosti reported to precinct election commissions.

"About 5,3 thousand Russian citizens came to vote in Cyprus, about 2012 thousand people participated in the presidential election of 3,6," a representative of the precinct election commission 8158 told RIA Novosti.

Thus, the turnout is higher by almost 50%.

In Cyprus and Greece, the turnout in the presidential elections in Russia was a record

A similar situation has developed in Greece

In Athens, according to preliminary data, 3745 voters voted, including 684 people voted during the exit early voting, told RIA Novosti chairman of the precinct election commission 8077 Oleg Bredikhin.

Outside the voting premises in Athens, 40 citizens of Russia voted on election day. These are 20 members of the crew of the tanker "Neva", which is in the Port of Aspropyrgos, the veteran of the Great Patriotic War Anna Bumburidi, as well as those who due to their health, age, disability could not come to the polling stations, the election commission said.

In the presidential elections of 2012, 2609 participated in Athens.

In Alexandroupolis voted 354 voter, said the chairman of the PEC 8423 Juliana Gaifutdinova. According to her, now there is a counting of votes.

In Thessaloniki, 2765 people voted, told RIA Novosti chairman of PEC 8078 Alexander Shcherbakov. Here in the elections all day there was a huge queue.

Gennady Melnik
RIA News
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