5% of the electors voted in France as of 12 a.m. Member of the Electoral Commission in the Embassy of Ukraine Anna Boiko said this.
“5% from the electoral list casted their votes as of 12 a.m., but it is more or less typical phenomena. People should come after 12 a.m. as the church service ends. That is why we expect the most of voters since 12 a.m. until 16 a.m.,” Boiko said.
According to her, about 200 or 300 electors will come.
“It covers at the same time the number of people who moved to France, changed their electoral address, as well as tourists who are temporarily in Paris and did particular administrative measures to be included to the lists.”
No violations are recorded at the moment.
As it was reported, the voting for the snap Parliamentary elections is held today on July 21. The voting consists of the federal district and the single-mandate electoral district, so the voters will get two ballots. The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) expects that the voter turnout will be equaled to 50%. The first results of exit polls will appear at 6 pm. On Election Day, 131,000 law enforcers maintain order.
The voter turnout on the snap Parliamentary elections makes 15.27% as of Sunday at 12 p.m.
We recall that 112.international is broadcasting the election process online.