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SEC: Voting in penitentiary institutions running smoothly

SEC: Voting in penitentiary institutions running smoothly

Skopje, 23 April 2024 (MIA) - Voting for the presidential elections in 14 penitentiary institutions across the country is running smoothly, said the State Election Commission (SEC) on Tuesday.

All 14 polling stations opened at 7 a.m. and the voting will run through 7 p.m., where 2,147 persons can exercise their voting right. The process is running smoothly until now, the SEC said in a press release.

In addition, 2,569 registered voters can exercise their right in 31 polling stations within diplomatic-consular offices worldwide.

Непречено се одвива гласањето на штитениците од Домот за стари лица „Киро Крстески – Платник“ во Прилеп за првиот круг од Претседателските избори. Правото на глас во Домот денеска го остварув

The infirm, inmates, persons in retirement homes and diaspora are also voting today, as are people in institutions for out-of-family care and internally displaced persons.

A total of 1,814,317 citizens are eligible to vote at the April 24 presidential elections.

The SEC has accredited 342 domestic observers, 517 international observers, 51 interpreters and 32 foreign journalists.

The SEC provides timely and accurate election-related information at its website www.sec.mk, its social media accounts on Facebook, X and Instagram, and its YouTube channel.

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