On Monday, the State Election Commission (SEC) formed the election boards for the referendum process in the diaspora. They will each have three members and three deputies. The president and their deputy will come from the ranks of ambassadors and embassy employees, whereas the other vacancies were filled by public and state administration employees. The vote will take place in places where over 10 diaspora members will apply until 23 August. So far, there have been 1,459 applications, 1,431 of which have been accepted, the SEC said.