The process of voting for the president and the 28th parliamentary elections, which will be held on May 14 in Turkey, has begun at the Consulate General of Turkey in Greece.
Ballot boxes for voters residing in Greece have been placed at the Consulate General between Athens and Piraeus in the capital, Athens, and the Consulates General in Thessaloniki, Komotini and Rhodes.
According to data from the Supreme Council of Elections (YSK), there are 11,714 registered voters in Greece.
Voters in Greece will be able to cast their ballots at the polls set up at the Consulate General until May 7 at 09.00-21.00.
Should the election go to the second round, registered voters in Greece will go to the polls again on May 20-24.
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