Among three candidates, the Syrians will decide, by their votes, the most skilled candidate will rule the country for the next seven years.
Damascus, May 23 (RHC) The President of the High Electoral Commission in Syria, Samer Zamrik, announced, on Sunday, that the voting process in the next day’s 26 presidential elections will take place in more than 12,000 ballots in 14 governorates. Of the country.
Zamrick said in a press conference that this number may increase during the next two days if it is necessary to establish polling stations in certain areas.
He explained that the demographic distribution of the population was taken into account when determining polling stations, in order to make them easily accessible to citizens.
He revealed that the city of Damascus will have 1870 ballot boxes in which, as in other governorates, preventive measures have been taken against Covid-19, in addition to ensuring the requirements of the envelope, ballot, secret ink, and the local voting process.
The head of the election commission said that the results of the elections that will be held abroad will be combined with those that will be held inside the country next Wednesday, and then the final results will be announced.
Next Wednesday, among three candidates, citizens will decide, by their votes, the most skilled candidate who will rule the country for the next seven years.
This is the second multiparty elections, after the elections that were held in 2014, and the incumbent President Bashar Al-Assad won by more than 88% of the vote. (Fountain:PL)