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Preparations go smoothly for second presidential round

The second round of the presidential election will take place on April 4. Preparations for the election are being carried out with no significant problems that would require special measures, the TASR newswire reported the secretary of the Central Election Committee, Lívia Škultétyová, as saying.

The second round of the presidential election will take place on April 4. Preparations for the election are being carried out with no significant problems that would require special measures, the TASR newswire reported the secretary of the Central Election Committee, Lívia Škultétyová, as saying.

In the first round there were election observers from Kazakhstan but no foreign observers have applied to attend the second round of the election.

There are 5,919 election precincts and 13 special precincts for the presidential elections which will be opened from 7:00 until 22:00 on Saturday April 4.

Compiled by Michaela Stanková from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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