(MTI) – Voters have two more weeks, until March 29, to register to vote in the April 6 general election at one of Hungary’s foreign missions.
So far 16,298 Hungarians have indicated their request to be put on a foreign representation’s register, the national electoral office NVI said on its website on Saturday.
The highest number of registrations, 3,016, were received in London, the second largest, 1,682, in Munich and the third, 1,137 in Brussels. Berlin took 796 registrations, Paris 599, New York 531, Dublin 516 and Vienna 514.
Fewer than ten people registered to vote at the Hungarian embassy in Brasilia, Vilnius, Santiago, Tirana, Nairobi, Yekaterinburg and Tunis, among other places.
After the deadline of March 29 it is not possible to ask to be put on a foreign mission’s register. Voters can modify their entry to a different foreign representation or cancel their request by this date, the NVI said.
The request can be filed personally at an election office, by post or electronically.