Dabar populiaru
Published: 13 september 2012 12:00

Voters in Lithuania shrank by 130,000 since last election

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Andriaus Ufarto/BFL nuotr. / Polling booths

The number of potential voters in Lithuania has dropped by around 130,000 over the last four years, the Kaunas Diena daily reports.

This year, around 2.57 million people will have the voting right to elect a new Seimas. In October 2008, the number of voters was almost 2.7 million.

Lithuania's Central Electoral Commission is scheduled to announce the final voter lists next week. They will then be handed over to regional electoral commission and the latter will subsequently distribute the lists among district electoral commissions.

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