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CVK's referral number started on the EP election process


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Photo: LETA / Eve Luke

From today, March 11, the Central Election Commission (CEC) reference number for European Parliamentary elections (EP) operates, and its Department of Information Department, Kristīne Bērziņa, told

The telephone number is 67049999, and by calling this number you can get answers to the questions about the electoral procedure, polling possibilities, and next week – find the polling station where the station will not Voting is accepted for any reason.

Notices for voters The Office of Citizenship and Migration Issues will begin to send at the end of this week.

The CVK referral telephone will work during the week from 8:00 to 20:00, and on the day of the election and the day before the election between 07:00 and 24:00.

If no voter questions are answered by telephone operators, the question will be registered, the answer to the question has to explain and the customer will be remembered. The CEC will provide a directory service in conjunction with SIA Lattelecom and it is anticipated that up to 15,000 calls can be received during the phone.

EP elections are held in Latvia on Saturday, May 25th.

In the European Parliamentary elections, unlike the Saeima elections, voter records are used by the Voter Register.

All voters have to register to start at the appropriate polling station at the declared residential area, indicated by the borough as the most suitable residence for the voter.

If the urban polling station is not convenient to vote, it can be changed to any other polling station between March 16 and May 7. It is possible to change the department electronically, using the e-service of the "Clearing and Changing Class" of the Citizenship and Migration Issues e-service, in person – in the organization of the statement of residence of any local or overseas government – in diplomatic and representative of Latvia.

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