CEC of Moldova presented first results of presidential elections

The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Moldova presented the first results of the vote count in the presidential election. Thus, after processing 80 percent of the ballots, the candidate from the opposition pro-European Action and Solidarity Party, Maia Sandu, gained 52 percent, and the current president of the country, Igor Dodon, 48 percent. RIA Novosti reports.

On November 15, the second round of presidential elections ended in Moldova. It was attended by the incumbent President Igor Dodon and the head of the Action and Solidarity Party Maia Sandu. According to exit polls, the representative of the opposition wins. According to the latest data, voter turnout exceeded 50 percent.

The first round of the presidential elections in Moldova took place on November 1. As a result, Dodon received 32 percent of the vote, Sandu – 36 percent. Voter turnout reached 42.7 percent (1.2 million people).