The Central Election Commission presented today the final results of presidential elections held on 13 November. The presidential run-off was unanimously validated by the CEC.
According to the final results, Igor Dodon was supported by 834.081 Moldovan citizens and Maia Sandu by 766.593 votes. Another 13 thousand ballots were declared invalid.
"The report, submitted to the Constitutional Court of Moldova, will include all the citizens’ petitions and complaints, as well as a detailed analysis of all the complaints about the voting process, submitted to the CEC," Alina Russu communicated.
The Constitutional Court will, within 10 days, enounce on this report, and if the elections are validated, Igor Dodon will be officially nominated president of Moldova.
However, 170 complaints, filed with the CEC by the representatives of Action and Solidarity Party were rejected. The President of the Commission, Alina Russu, said that ASP submitted the appeals too late. According to her, Dan Perciun, member of the ASP political bureau, is not entitled to represent the 170 voters to the electoral institution. Six members of the CEC voted for this decision.
1,614,023 citizens of the Republic of Moldova participated in the presidential elections of November 13, 2016.