The Government decided to open several new voting locations for Romanians living or working abroad, mainly in Italy and Spain, the destination of most Romanian workers. The info was made public by the Foreign Minister on Friday, who also emphasized on the fact that the countries where locations are organized have to agree first with the move.

The decision came on Friday, after several Romanian citizens living outside the country demanded supplementary locations.

The Government was under pressure during the past few days, with Romanians worldwide complaining about the limited access to vote for the president’s dismissal on May 19.