According to CEC Chairman Alina Russu, 1.6 million voters cast ballots in the presidential runoff elections.

The decision to instate Dodon, who won the most votes in the poll, is to be sent to the Constitutional Court within the next three days.

The top court will have ten days to confirm or reject the presidential elections’ legality.

Moldova held the presidential runoff on Sunday, as none of the nine candidates competing in the presidential race received an absolute majority of votes in the first round of direct presidential elections on Oct. 30.

Dodon and the common right-wing candidate Maia Sandu contested in the presidential run-off on Nov. 13.

The presidential race marked the first time in 16 years that the country elected its leader by national vote instead of having parliament select the head of state. Enditem

Source: Xinhua/NewsGhana.com.gh



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