Today: Friday, 1 March 2024 year

Voting has begun in Greece in parliamentary elections.

Voting has begun in Greece in parliamentary elections.

Voting in the parliamentary elections began on Sunday morning in Greece.

21,634 polling stations have opened in the country. Abroad, at 102 polling stations, voting took place on Saturday.

Voting will go until 19.00. Exit poll data will be announced immediately after polling stations close, and the first official data is expected at 20.30.

There are 9.92 million people on the voter lists. Citizens who turn 17 in an election year are eligible to vote.


The Greeks have to elect 300 deputies of the unicameral parliament for four years. 285 seats will be distributed among 59 constituencies of the country, 15 will be elected from national lists.


32 parties and coalitions participate in the elections.
Voting is constitutionally mandatory, but there is no penalty for non-participation in elections. To boost turnout, authorities removed toll roads on Saturday and Election Day.