The first partial results of the referendum vote: 91.61 percent voted in favor of redefining the family

Aurel Dragan 08/10/2018 | 11:03

The Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) announced the first partial results of the referendum for the family. According to the BEC, after centralizing the results from 98.3 percent of the polling stations, 91.61 percent of the people who participated in the referendum voted for the redefinition of the family, while 6.42 percent voted against.

“The number of valid votes cast for the answer was 3,461,581, representing 91.61 percent of the number of participants. The number of valid votes cast for the response was 242,671, representing 6.42 percent of the number of participants. The number of null votes is 74,414, which represents 1.97 percent of the number of participants,” said BEC president, Marius Ionel Ionescu.

Until 9:00 the results of 18,724 polling stations were centralized out of a total of 19,040 polling stations. The total number of participants in this referendum was 3,778,716, representing 20.96 percent of total Romanians voters.

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