The Central Electoral Commission began to print ballot papers for the second round of presidential election due on 15 November 2020.
The first 671,500 copies to be printed are the ones intended for polling stations outside the country, including 583,100 in Romanian and 88,400 in Russian.
The price of one copy is MDL 0.16, and the total print run will cost MDL 107,440.
National polling stations will receive 2,934,017 copies, including 2,168,620 in Romanian and 765,397 in Russian.
The price of one copy is MDL 0.07, and the total print run will cost MDL 205,381.
Ballot papers will be printed on light gray matte paper and will be 112mm long and 140mm wide.