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Czech republic  |  October 20, 2012 12:23:46

ELECTION 2012 - SUMMARY: The participation of voters in the final Senate elections is still low


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Whatever people's decisive second round of Senate elections continues Saturday. Polling stations are empty and estimated Election Commissioners turnout of around 15 percent.

Around eight percent, about the same level as on Friday evening, according to estimates ranged turnout on Saturday, two hours after the opening of polling stations in the Region. Citizens are chosen representative to the Senate in two constituencies.

So far, 11.13 percent of voters came to vote in the Svitavy, confirmed the agency Mediafax Milena Brzoňová of Svitavy municipal office. According to her coming to the polls rather mostly middle and older years, at around 50 years of age and above.

Participation of people in the second round of Senate elections in Náchodsko are still holding at 11 percent, and the same is also to Chrudimsku.

People on Breclavsko decide whether the next six years of advocates chair Senator John Hajda (CSSD), or replace it with the mayor Tvrdonice Zdeněk trey (Communists). On Saturday odvolilo yet 11 percent of people.

"Voter turnout is low. Most people, twenty-seven percent came to vote in Tvrdonice, where the mayor of the candidates," he told Mediafax Jan Janovíček, clerk Břeclav Hall, which has the second round of Senate elections in charge.

In the Czech Budejovice odvolilo been estimated by election commissioners less than 13 percent of voters.

The Senate vote came in Brno on Saturday, 14.34 percent of voters. Mediafax agency's clerk said the Brno Municipality Jaroslav Straw, which is the second round of Senate elections in charge.

The Ústí region is very weak turnout, yet does not exceed 16 percent. It is similar to Olomouc, where he came to the polls estimated that around 15 percent of voters in the Jablonec is 18.5 percent.

On the contrary, many people came to the polls in Otrokovice, where 25 percent of the electorate voted.

Very different turnout in Prague. Decide individual duels lost an estimated average of less than 18 percent of voters. Participation varies considerably according to individual districts. Most voters, and that 31.5 percent of voters
arrived in the Art School in Butterfly Street in Kobylisy where elected President Vaclav Klaus. To the polling station at the Gymnasium in U Libeňského lock found its way 4.5 percent.

In the Central Region, the turnout was around 22 percent. More people go to vote in Mlada Boleslav, circuit Benešov in voter turnout slightly lagging behind. Mladoboleslavsko reported an average 23.9 percent turnout of voters figure is the average turnout in seventeen major constituencies.

People choose a new senator also Benešov. The interest is there, however, against Mlada Boleslav lower. For example, in the first district in the Municipal Office in Bystřice arrived shortly before eight o'clock in only 66 out of 593 voters. Turnout there was thus 11.1 percent.

Vsetin, which is expected dramatic duel between the senatorial mandate Senator Jiří Čunek (KDU-CSL) and vice-president of the Agrarian Chamber of the Czech Republic Henry Šnejdrlem (CSSD) odvolilo 17 percent of people.

Jitka Zadražilová, zadrazilova@mediafax.cz

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