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Polling Stations: Cent and Olympic Village

polling stations: That would help him with the next step of winning parliamentary support for the required constitutional amendments.article continues below Trending Stories Do you recognize this guy who totally lost it at a Tim Hortons VIDEO Vancouver construction workers chase down carjacking suspect Site near Olympic Village approved for modular housing Receding glaciers make Pemberton-area Mount Meager volcano less stable than ever before Results from more than 97 per cent of polling stations showed 91.3 per cent of voters approving the deal, according to Vancouver Courier. But turnout stood at just 36.8 per cent, a far cry from the massive support the government had hoped for. Prime Minister Zoran Zaev had hoped for a strong show of support in the referendum on whether to accept a June deal with Greece changing the country's name to North Macedonia. Opponents to the name change had called for a boycott of the vote and celebrated in the street outside Parliament when turnout figures were announced, chanting slogans and waving flags. The people made a great choice and said 'yes' to our future. Nevertheless, Zaev declared the vote a success. ( As reported in the news.