Moldovans with Romanian citizenship voting in European Parliament elections: list of polling stations

Moldovans with Romanian citizenship can vote in three lyceums in Chisinau, one in Balti, and 12 town halls in Moldova. 

These are the “Gheorghe Asaki” and the “Spiru Haret” lyceum in Chisinau, the State University of Moldova (USM), the theoretical lyceum “Mihai Eminescu” in Balti, the town halls of Hincesti, Nisporeni, Calarasi, Singerei, Edinet, Ocnita, Rezina, Comrat and Giurgiulesti.

Adrian Dupu, State Secretary of the Romanian government’s Department for Relations with the Republic of Moldova (DRRM), has compiled the list of 52 polling stations in Moldova for the upcoming European Parliament elections, scheduled for June 6-9 this year.


Approximately 373 million Europeans will participate in electing 720 politicians to the European Parliament.

It’s worth noting that the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) will oversee the opening of 915 polling stations worldwide through diplomatic missions and consular offices for the European Parliament elections on June 9, 2024. In Moldova, specifically, there will be 52 polling stations.

You can find the list of polling stations abroad with their addresses on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website in the section dedicated to elections.

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