Voting in presidential elections ends in Moldova
The polling stations closed at 9:00 p.m. local time on Sunday in Moldova, where presidential elections were held, Sputnik International reported.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) recognized the elections as valid as the turnout exceeded 33.3 percent. A candidate needs to gain 50 percent and one vote to win the elections.
A total of 1,981 polling stations were opened in Moldova and 100 more – abroad, including 25 in Italy, 11 in Romania, eight in Russia and two in Ukraine.