It is possible to vote in Hungary this weekend in the Romanian parliamentary elections taking place at the end of the week, the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) said in a statement. Voters can cast their ballots in seven polling stations between 7am and 9pm local time.
Ballot boxes are located in the Romanian Embassy in Budapest, at the Romanian Cultural Institute in Budapest and at the Romanian Consulates General in Gyula and Szeged, while for the first time a polling station is now open in Biharkeresztes, the Hungarian city closest to Oradea (Nagyvárad) as well.
At the elections, Romanian citizens with foreign permanent or temporary residence can vote. IDs that have expired since March will also be accepted in view of the restrictions connected with the coronavirus pandemic.
feature photo: RMDSZ president Hunor Kelemen with Péter Szijjártó this week (Gábor Kiss/MTI)