This morning, a polling station opened in the main building of the KhNTUA, where a secret ballot for the chairman of the student parliament continues. In total, 70 voter students representing all educational and research institutes and faculties of the university are included in the voter lists. The ballot paper includes three candidates for the chairman of the student parliament, who will soon head this body of student self-government.
According to independent observers, the voting process is open and democratic, and no violations have been reported. As of 11:00 a.m., 75 percent of voters had cast their ballots. Ahead is the counting of votes and the establishment of voting results.
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