VILNIUS - Some 18.08 per cent of voters had headed to polling stations in the second round of Lithuania's parliamentary elections by 2 p.m. today, statistics from the Central Electoral Commission indicate.
This is 3.48 percentage points lower than the 21.56 per cent of the first round two weeks ago and a slight drop from 18.89 per cent in the last parliamentary elections in 2012.
The overall voter turnout in the run-off round, including those who cast their ballots in early voting, was 24.08 per cent as of Sunday afternoon.
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