835 Greeks in Oceania register to postal vote in European elections before deadline


As of 4:30 p.m. on Holy Monday, 188,511 Greeks from 127 different countries registered for postal voting in European elections.

141,637 (75.1%) are residents of Greece, while 46,874 (24.9%) are Greeks living abroad.

(24.9%) are Greeks living abroad.
24.9% of postal votes for the European elections are from Greeks living abroad.

According to Amna.gr, 39,608 registrations came from Europe (84.5%), while 835 (1.8%) are from Oceania.

Source: Amna.gr.




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