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Ballot papers start printing as voter number reaches 543,000

A government printing press worker inspecting the first sample ballot papers (photo Christos Theodorides)

THE total number of registered voters eligible to vote in the May 22 parliamentary elections is 542,915, the office of the Chief Retuning Officer said on Friday.

In an announcement, it said that the number of polling stations will be 1,136.

As regards the enclaved, 70 people are registered in the Kyrenia electoral district and 201 people are registered in the Famagusta electoral district.

According to the announcement, the numbers of registered voters per constituency are as follows: 193,192 in Nicosia, 111,810 in Limassol, 110,879 in Famagusta, 56,027 in Larnaca, 42,428 in Paphos and 28,579 in the Kyrenia electoral district.

The numbers of polling stations that will operate in each district are 429 in Nicosia, 331 in Limassol, 51 in Famagusta, 186 in Larnaca, 129 in Paphos, and 10 abroad, in total, 1,136.

In addition, another 13 will operate for the election of the representatives of the religious groups of the Maronites and Latins.

The printing of the ballot papers for each district has already began at the government printer.

All registered voters may find out where to vote through the online service “Where to Vote” at http://wtv.elections.moi.gov.cy/English

Voters may also call 77772212 on weekdays between 8am and 6pm, and Saturdays between 8am and 1pm. This service will be offered during election day, throughout voting.

Enquiries about where to vote may also be made through sending SMS messages at 8999, by writing wtv [space] ID number [space] date of birth. For example: wtv 900500 01/06/1990.



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