The chairman of the Central Election Commission, Dorin Cimil, said that the CEC "is likely to revise the number of polling stations."
This was announced on the air of the program Cutia Neagra on TV8, stiri.md
“Indeed, 139 polling stations are not enough for the diaspora, this was also demonstrated by the presidential elections. I still hope that we will return to the number of 150-160 polling stations, but it is difficult to work in a team in which there are many different opinions.
We will probably revise the number of polling stations by changing or supplementing the decision taken on June 5.
I believe that we must have courage and openness in order to fulfill the obligations stipulated by the law and to organize a sufficient number of polling stations for all citizens of the Republic of Moldova,” said the CEC chairman.
Let us remind you that on June 5, the Central Election Commission made a decision on the number of polling stations for the diaspora. Thus, outside the Republic of Moldova, for early elections on July 11, only 139 polling stations will be opened, as it was in the 2020 presidential elections, although the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration proposed the opening of 190 polling stations.