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A third of citizens vote until noon
About 30 percent of the electoral roll had voted in Argentina until noon in this second round of the presidential elections, as reported this Sunday by the National Electoral Chamber (CNE).
The figure is similar to that recorded in the general elections held on October 22, when at noon 29.6 percent of citizens authorized to go to the polls had attended, and that of the primary elections on August 13, when 28 percent percent of the citizens went to the polls.
Some 35.8 million Argentines are entitled to vote with mandatory suffrage for citizens between 18 and 70 years old and optional for those over that age and for adolescents aged 16 and 17, as well as for residents abroad.
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