The Central Electoral Commission Announced the Begining of the Electoral Campaign for the Presidential Elections in Fall

The Central Electoral Commission Announced the Begining of the Electoral Campaign for the Presidential Elections in Fall
16 August 2020 | 17:54

The Central Electoral Commission approved the program for the organization and conduct of presidential elections from November 1, 2020.

The document establishes the actions to be taken for the organization of the election, the deadlines for their conduct, as well as those responsible for each action starting from the competencies of the main subjects involved in the electoral process. 

The document will be sent political parties, courts, central and local public authorities, as well as electoral bodies, after their establishment, for information and implementation within the limits of competences.

According to the provisions of the program, the electoral period for the presidential elections will start on August 25 this year.

Until now, Octavian Țîcu (deputy in the Parliament), Andrei Năstase (the leader of the Dignity and Truth Party Platform), Dorin Chirtoacă (former mayor of Chișinău), and Maia Sandu (leader of the Action and Solidarity Party) have announced their intention to run in the November 1 presidential elections.

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