‘I am urging the political parties and NGOs that have anything to notify about vote irregularities to do so by calling the 112 emergency line or file a complaint with the Police. Any notification through any other means will be mere words aired on TV. For instance officials of a political party has filed a complaint with the Ilfov Police Inspectorate claiming that the deputy mayor of the village of Gradistea offered cash and other material gains in exchange for a vote for a certain candidate.
Another example: a party in the eastern city of Piatra Neamt lodged a complaint against a man who voted at the polling centre where his legal residence was located then went to a special polling centre for non-resident voters in the neighbouring village of Dobreni to cast another ballot,’ said Ciocan, adding that a criminal file was drawn up on the man in question for multiple voting.
Ciocan explained that in the central county of Brasov a man was detected who wanted to vote twice. Ciocan also said that according to statistics released at 12:00 hrs, GMT, six more electoral offences were reported and five fines levied.