Exit polls show Romania's leftists winning parliamentary vote

By REUTERS
December 11, 2016 22:14

 
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BUCHAREST - Romania's leftist Social Democrat Party (PSD) won Sunday's parliamentary election with 45.5-45.8 percent of votes, two exit polls showed on Sunday.

The centre-right National Liberal Party (PNL) was trailing the leftists with 20.7-21.0 percent, polls conducted by CURS-Avangarde and IRES showed. New Save Romania Union party garnered 8.0-9.2 percent of the vote, the polls showed.

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