The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched the interactive map of polling stations abroad
In order to ensure a correct information of Romanian citizens domiciled or residing abroad regarding the exercise of the right to vote for this year's parliamentary elections, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched an interactive map of polling stations abroad.
Map of polling stations abroad
Map of polling stations abroad, which can be accessed at the link https://www.mae.ro/maps/4083, allows Romanian citizens domiciled or residing abroad to identify nearby polling stations and to plan their participation in parliamentary elections.
We remind you that the elections are organized abroad on December 5 and 6, 2020, between 7:00 and 21:00 (local time).
Also, in case of relocations of polling stations, for objective reasons generated by the pandemic situation, the interactive map will be updated to provide real-time information.
Telephone line for obtaining information on parliamentary elections held abroad
At the same time, Romanian voters domiciled or residing abroad have at their disposal a telephone line for obtaining useful information on the organization and conduct of parliamentary elections on 5 and 6 December 2020 abroad: 004 021 431 2065.
The telephone line, with normal tariff, is available 24 hours a day between December 24, 3 (starting with 2020) - December 08.00, 7 (until 2020, Romanian time).
The interactive map and the telephone line dedicated to Romanian voters abroad are part of the information campaign carried out by the MFA, which aims to provide the necessary information to Romanian voters abroad to exercise the constitutional right to vote in optimal conditions, including compliance with security measures. to prevent contamination and limit the risk of disease with the new coronavirus.
The guide of the Romanian voter
The MFA also recalls that it made it available to Romanian voters abroad The guide of the Romanian voter at polling stations abroad, which contains information on the conditions for exercising the right to vote at the polling station, the documents required for voting, the voting procedure, the polling station schedule and the specific health safety measures adopted in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic; a Frequently Asked Questions section, which provides answers to the most frequently asked questions asked by Romanian citizens outside the country's borders regarding the exercise of the right to vote at the polling station.
Thus, Romanian voters abroad can consult the Map of polling stations, the Guide of the Romanian voter at polling stations abroad, the Frequently Asked Questions section, as well as other relevant information, on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the section dedicated to voting abroad in this year's parliamentary elections.
Regarding the vote at the polling station, the MFA reminds that Romanian citizens with domicile or residence abroad can vote at any of the 748 polling stations organized abroad during two days - Saturday, December 5 and Sunday, December 6, 2020.