More than 114,200 voters have registered to vote today letters at European elections of June 9, according to the latest official data from the Ministry of the Interior, with the participation of non-Greek voters far exceeding the number of citizens who voted from abroad in last summer’s parliamentary polls.

Participation which as estimated is expected to increase further in the coming days as we are now going through the last week operation of the relevant platform.

The within Greece electors who have indicated they will vote by mail today amount to 80,908which demonstrates the particularly great interest that exists within the territory for the solution to the postal vote, at a time when the government has announced that it will also seek to establish it in the general elections, beyond this year’s European elections.

At the same time, the registrants Outside Greece now surpass them 33,350number of approx double compared to the 17,365 votes counted in the electoral centers of the outer district last June.

Most registrations from abroad, at a rate that reaches 85%, are found in Europewhere 28,177 citizens have requested to receive the special file for participating in the elections.

Nearly 3,500 have registered in North and Central Americathere are more than 700 voters who will send their vote from Asiawhile more than 600 will take part in the electoral process from Oceania.

According to information, Greeks residing in countries such as Cambodiathe Papua New Guineathe El Salvadorthe Kazakhstanthe Ivory Coast etc., countries in which no electoral division was established in the 2023 parliamentary elections due to the restrictions in force.

Therefore, this is the first time that all Greeks abroad, regardless of their place of residence, will be able to vote in the upcoming European elections, without any restrictions.

All age groups are fairly well represented, in yet another indication of the widespread and widespread interest in postal voting.

Citizens aged 41-50 and 51-60 currently account for 39.6% of those registered.

The youngest, 17 to 30 and 31 to 40 years old, account for 30.8%, while older citizens, 61-70 and over 71 years old, account for 29.6%.