Macedonians go to polls in presidential election run-off
Macedonians went to the polls on Sunday in the country's second round of presidential election deemed by the European Union as a "test" for Macedonia's EU membership bid, Xinhua reported.
Polling stations were set to open at 7:00 am and close at 19:00 local time. The first preliminary results are expected to come out Sunday night.
The two candidates from Macedonia's ruling party and the country's main opposition have emerged as the strongest contesters in Sunday's presidential elections, and they will face each other in the run-off.
Macedonia held the first round of presidential election on March 23, in which seven candidates vied for the country's five-year presidency.