453 Bulgarians voted in N. Macedonia, says Bulgarian media


According to Bulgarian media, the number of Bulgarian citizens who voted at polling stations in RNM was 453. For comparison, in the elections in October last year, 461 voted in the seven polling stations in N. Macedonia, 453 people or 13 percent of the total number of citizens who declared themselves as Bulgarians voted.

The largest number of voters is in Skopje, where 186 people exercised their right to vote in the Bulgarian embassy. 65 voters voted in Ohrid, and 55 in Bitola, reported the 24 Chasa newspaper. According to the newspaper, the least number of voters (7) voted in Tetovo.


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