VILNIUS - Some 68,695 voters have cast their ballots during the past two days of early voting in the second round of Lithuania's parliamentary elections, which makes up 2.88 per cent of the electorate.
The voter turnout in the same period in the first round of voting two weeks ago was slightly higher — 87,000 voters or 3.49 per cent, the Central Electoral Commission has reported.
This year’s voter turnout is higher than that of the last election in 2012, when 50,000 voters or 1.95 per cent of the electorate cast ballots in the first two ...
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