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Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu urged Romanians to vote as general elections closing is near

de V.O.
Duminică, 30 noiembrie 2008, 19:20 English | Politics

Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu made an appeal to Romanians to go and vote in general elections across the country on Sunday as turnout was "very, very low", according to official data. Tariceanu said as the hour of closing polls was getting nearer that low turnout will prompt discontent among many Romanians about the results of the vote because they simply decided not to use this fundamental right.

He said that turnout by 2.00 p.m. in Sunday's elections, which stood at 19.84% at national level, was way lower than the one at the same hour in the 2004 elections, when 27.18% of voters had shown up.

He said the right to vote was a civic duty and appealed all Romanians to understand it was very important they use this right.

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