The CEC invites to register to vote abroad in the 2019 elections

The CEC invites to register to vote abroad in the 2019 elections

The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) invites all citizens of the Republic of Lithuania who are currently or on the day of the Elections will be abroad to vote in the 2019 Elections of the President of the Republic of Lithuania, mandatory Referendums on Amendments to Articles 12 and 55 of the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania and Elections to the European Parliament.

Voters voting abroad have two options: either to vote by post or to come to the diplomatic mission or consular post of the Republic of Lithuania personally. Voters intending to vote by post abroad must register via the electronic registration system of voters who intend vote abroad.

The registration form can be found – here.

The registration is also possible using the data of the expired passport or identity card of the Republic of Lithuania, if the voter has not been issued a new valid identity document of the Republic of Lithuania.

Election ballot papers will be sent to voters on the basis of the data provided by the voter in the electronic registration system of foreign voters: to the address of the foreign country of residence. If you choose to vote in the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Lithuania, the voters will have to come to the embassy or consular post on personally appointed days and time.

If voters vote in a state, which does not have an embassy or consular post of the Republic of Lithuania, the voters themselves have to pay for sending the voting documents back to the embassy or consular post that sent the voting documents. The embassies or consular posts of the Republic of Lithuania are not responsible for the reliability of the post office.

You can check how many voters have registered to vote abroad – here.

Voters who intend to vote abroad by post can register via the electronic system before the following dates:

Brazil – April 21

Belarus (Grodno) – April 22

Czech Republic – April 26

Japan – April 26

Russia (St. Petersburg) – April 26

Turkey – April 26

Egypt – April 27

India – April 27

Israel – April 28

Moldova – April 28

Romania – April 28

Sakartvelo – April 28

Austria – April 29

Azerbaijan – April 29

Belarus (Minsk) – April 29

Spain (Madrid) – April 29

Kazakhstan (Nur Sultan) – April 29

Croatia – April 29

Russia (Moscow) – April 30

Armenia – May 1

Belgium – May 1

The Netherlands – May 1

Norway – May 1

Russia (Kaliningrad) – May 1

Ukraine – May 1

Canada – May 1

Denmark – May 2

Estonia – May 2

Spain (Valencia) – May 2

Latvia – May 2

Finland – May 2

Russia (Sovetsk) – May 3

USA (Los Angeles) – May 3

United Kingdom – May 3

Poland – May 3

Sweden – May 3

USA (Chicago) – May 4

Greece – May 5

Kazakhstan (Almaty) – May 5

Germany – May 5

Hungary – May 5

Ireland – May 6

US (New York) – May 6

France – May 6

Switzerland (Geneva) – May 7

USA (Washington) – May 8