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Peru General Elections 2021 New Zealand: Peruvians First Voters |  Second Election Round |  NNDC |  Politics

Peru General Elections 2021 New Zealand: Peruvians First Voters | Second Election Round | NNDC | Politics

The Peruvians in Wellington, New Zealand, have been voting since this Saturday. A portion of the 997,033 voters abroad were called in this Sunday at 6 p.m.

The Second Presidential Election 2021 begins overseas with the participation of our comrades in Wellington, New ZealandThe Peruvian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on its Twitter account.

See: JNE asked voters to put their cell phones at the polls before entering the secret room

As for the time difference, the tables New Zealand The Peruvian electorate was the first to receive, followed by Australia.

Let us remember that our country celebrated the first round Presidential election on April 11 And of the 18 candidates who presented themselves, they went to the polls Y .

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, nearly one million Peruvians (997,033) will be eligible to vote tomorrow, spread across 208 cities in 79 countries around the world.

The most populous country is the United States (309,602), followed by Spain (152,212) and Argentina (143,189). Voting is compulsory in our country, but there are no penalties for failing to vote abroad.

Chile and Venezuela will take part in the election

Unlike the first election round, comrades living in Chile, Venezuela, Paraguay and Aruba will be able to participate in the second round on June 6, according to the Peruvian Foreign Ministry.

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Let us remember that in the first round on April 11, elections were not held in these four countries for various reasons. Corona virus.

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In the second round, seniors will vote from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
The second round, scheduled for Sunday, June 6, will feature pregnant women, the elderly, the disabled and groups affected by the corona virus from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. (Source: USA TV)

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