Here is how Greeks of Australia can vote in Greece’s second elections


On Saturday, June 24, one day before the official date of the second national elections in Greece, Greeks of the diaspora who are registered in the special electoral rolls and have the right to vote from where they live, will go to the polls.

A total of 25,610 Greek nationals have registered to vote from abroad in the second ballot of Greece’s parliamentary election on June 25, the Interior Ministry said on Thursday. According to Protothema, there were more than 5,500 new registrations.

In Australia and New Zealand, Greek citizens, having successfully completed their registration through the platform of the Ministry of the Interior, are invited to vote for the parliamentary elections on Saturday, June 24 from 7am to 7pm.

Greeks of diaspora will be able to vote again. Photo: osce

The electoral process for residents of New South Wales, Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory and New Zealand will be held at the premises of the Consulate General of Greece in Sydney (Level 2, 219-223 Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000).

The electoral process for residents of Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and North Territory will be held at the premises of the Consulate General of Greece in Melbourne (37-39 Albert Road, Melbourne Victoria, 3004).

Voters should have with them a Greek Police Identity Card or a Greek Passport.

Sources: ekathimerini, protothema




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