Online voting for the snap parliamentary elections in Armenia has started at 8am Friday and will end at 8pm local time on Sunday.
The record of the results of this online voting will be published on Election Day, June 20, after 8pm.
Voters serving in the diplomatic or consular missions of Armenia and members of the family residing abroad with them—and are eligible to vote—, as well as Armenia’s servicemen on long-term service or training abroad and members of the family residing abroad with them—and are eligible to vote—have the right to vote online.
According to the respective list, 650 people will vote online.
A total of 26 political forces had been registered to run in the snap parliamentary elections. But on Thursday the Central Electoral Commission declared invalid the registration of the electoral list of the Armenian Eagles: United Armenia party, as the latter had submitted an application for withdrawal.