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Romania holds quadrennial parliamentary elections

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Bucharest, December 6 The general election of the Romanian Parliament began at 7:00 local time on the 6th. More than 18 million voters nationwide will vote for the new Senate and House of Representatives.

The current parliament of Romania is composed of 465 members of both houses of the Senate, of which 136 seats are in the Senate and 329 are in the House of Representatives. According to the data released by the Luo Central Electoral Office, a total of 7,136 candidates are competing for the new parliament.

The election has 18,802 and 748 polling stations at home and abroad. Local voting starts from 7:00 on the 6th to 21:00 on the 6th. Overseas registered voters can vote at the corresponding polling stations at the same time on the 5th or 6th local time.

Romania is still under curfew in the face of the coronavirus epidemic.

The Rhodes government announced on the 4th that citizens with voting rights will not be restricted from travel restrictions from 5:00 a.m. on the 6th to 1:00 a.m. on the 7th, and people who are quarantined at home or hospitalized can vote in mobile ticket boxes.

In order to ensure the safety of residents, all polling stations are equipped with relevant disinfection equipment, and all personnel must abide by all epidemic prevention and control regulations, including wearing masks and social distancing.

According to the latest data, Luo has a total of 508,345 confirmed cases, 12,186 deaths, and 96,952 confirmed cases, of which 1,280 severe cases have reached a record high.

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