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Guide to the 2020 parliamentary elections. Everything you need to know about the 6 December ballot

On 6 December 2020, nearly 19 million Romanians are expected to be at the polling stations to decide who will lead the fate of Romania in the next 4 years. presents a list of all candidates for 2020 parliamentary elections from every region.

The first results of the 2020 parliamentary elections will be announced on Sunday, 6 December, at 9pm, when the ballot box is closed and outgoing poll data can be published.

For this year’s parliamentary elections, the total number of citizens with the right to vote is 18,981,242, of whom 18,237,521 live in Romania and 743,721 abroad.

Romania has 18,802 polling stations at home and 748 polling stations abroad, with the specification that the diaspora has two days to vote, on December 5 and 6.

Ballot boxes open at 7 a.m. and close at night, 9 p.m., during which time Romanian citizens have complete freedom to go to polling stations, including in quarantined areas, where no statement of their own responsibility will be requested on today.

Sunday’s vote will elect the 465 deputies and senators who will form the Romanian Parliament for the 2020-2024 term.

PRO TV News provides you with the most important information on how and where you can vote in the elections that define our future.

The first step is to find out where the TPS you are assigned to. HERE You can find out where to vote on Sundays.

TPS will follow special rules, adjusted to the pandemic situation, such as what happened in regional head elections.

Too, voters must follow some protection rules, is meant to protect us from Covid-19 infection, but also to enable us to exercise our fundamental right to vote.

Many Romanians will be on voting day somewhere other than their homes. HERE you can find out how you can vote if you are in this situation.

We live in special times, and many Romanians will have difficulty exercising their voting rights on Sundays, because they are in isolation or in quarantine, because of Covid-19. HERE you can find out what you can do to vote if you can’t go to a polling station because of the coronavirus.

It’s important to know what documents you need to bring with you if you want to vote. HERE you can see what documents you can present yourself at the TPS.

PRO TV News gives you complete information for each country, so you know who to stamp on, on December 6th. HERE you can see who is running in your area for the Senate and House of Representatives.

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