A total of 1,260,840 citizens or 48.63% of eligible voters cast their ballot in the snap parliamentary elections, President of the Central Electoral Commission Tigran Mukuchyan said.
Below is the voter turnout by voting district:
- Avan, Nor Nork & Kanaker-Zeytun – 97,300 (48.43%)
- Ajapnyak, Arabkir & Davtashen – 105,234 (49.27%)
- Malatia-Sebastia & Shengavit – 104,627 (46.46%)
- Erebuni, Kentron, Nork-Marash & Nubarashen – 97,438 (46.35%)
- Ararat – 112,179 (50.64%)
- Armavir – 103.927 (44.35%)
- Aragatsotn – 61,306 (52.10%)
- Gegharkunik – 96,433 (50.45%)
- Lori – 113,111 (47.64%)
- Kotayk – 117,465 (48.92%)
- Shirak – 103,697 (45.13%)
- Vayots Dzor and Syunik – 90,423 (55.90%)
- Tavush – 57,700 (53.05%)
These include the Republican Party of Armenia, Citizen's Decision Party, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, My Step Alliance, Bright Armenia Party, Christian-Democratic Rebirth Party, National Progress Party, Menk bloc, Orinats Yerkir Party, Sasna Tsrer Party and Prosperous Armenia Party.
The territorial electoral commissions now have 12 hours to complete the vote counting, make a protocol on the voting results and publish it.
By December 10, 8 pm or no later than within 24 hours after the end of the voting, the Central Electoral Commission should post the preliminary results on its website, as well as formally announce them on the television and radio.
Parties and alliances participating in the elections may submit applications to the Central Electoral Commission on declaring the election results invalid until December 14, 6pm.
The final protocol on the voting results, the results of the voting and the preliminary mandate distribution should be made and published by the CEC on December 16.
After the mandates have been distributed, the parties and political forces will have until December 23, 6 pm to enter coalition with a maximum of two forces elected to Parliament.
On December 23 the CEC will make a final decision on whether the National Assembly has been elected or a second round is needed.