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April 17, 2021
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Minister Dan Stoenescu discusses with AEP president ways to vote abroad

Minister Delegate for the Relation with Romanians Everywhere Dan Stoenescu and President of the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP) Ana Maria Patru had a working meeting during which the two discussed the launch of the information campaign on ways in which Romanians abroad can make use of their right to vote, a press release sent by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) to Agerpres informs.

According to MAE, during the meeting, held on Monday, the two institutions agreed to join forces to inform on the changes in the electoral laws and to promote postal voting within the Romanian communities abroad.

“The meeting facilitated the establishment of a calendar with the information sessions run by the Permanent Electoral Authority in partnership with MAE, regarding ways to exercise the right to vote destined to Romanian citizens who reside abroad. Moreover, the Minister Delegate welcomed the decision of the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP) to address the Romanian citizens abroad who are eligible to vote an open letter presenting the several voting procedures available to them, as per the new electoral laws,” MAE stated.

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