As of 5pm, a total of 42,541—or 25.57 percent—of the 166,753 eligible voters have cast their ballots in Sunday’s local elections being held in nine communities in Armenia.
Accordingly, the voter turnout in Gyumri is 18.31 percent, in Goris—39.02 percent, in Tatev—52.10 percent, in Tegh—47.92 percent, in Meghri—46.82 percent, and in Dilijan—32.57 percent.
In Shamiram village of Aragatsotn Province and in Fioletovo village of Lori Province, elections of community head and village council members are being held.
In Ferik village of Armavir Province, however, there are only elections of the village council members.
Proportional-representation elections are conducted for council members in Gyumri city of Shirak Province, as well as in Goris and Meghri cities and Tatev and Tegh villages of Syunik Province.