Opposition Wins Election in Romania
OREANDA-NEWS. The Social Democratic Party wins parliamentary elections in Romania with 29.8 % of votes after processing 95 % of the ballots. This was announced on December 7 by the TV channel Digi 24, citing data from the Central Election Commission.
The National Liberal Party, which heads the current government, gains 25.11 % of votes. The alliance of Save Romania and Freedom, Unity and Solidarity Party, which won 14.5 % of, is also in parliament. The Alliance for the Unity of Romanians (8.7 %) and the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (6 %) also overcome the 5 % barrier.
According to the Central Election Commission, the average turnout in the country was 31.8 %, that is, almost 5.8 million of more than 18 million Romanian citizens included in the electoral register exercised their right to vote.