The introduction of the scanners is considered even without making changes to the Election law
The introduction of the scanners is considered even without making changes to the Election law
The Central Election Commission (CEC BiH) is considering the possibility to introduce scanners in the next general elections in BiH, in such a way that their implementation does not require an amendment to the Election Law, in case the parliament will not be able to adopt amendments to this law.
  Discussions on changes to the BiH Election Law yield no results
Discussions on changes to the BiH Election Law yield no results
Despite all efforts made, mostly by foreigners, to pass changes to the BiH Election Law over the course of the non-election year, as well as changes to the BiH Constitution in the part related to elections, it's very unlikely this will be realized by the end of the year due to the current blockade of the state institutions. The work of the Interdepartmental Working Group (IWG) dealing with changes in the law is also questioned. There is no final agreement of the political leaders on the essential changes to
  A list of as many as 2.864 officials who failed to submit a Statement on Assets,  has been published
A list of as many as 2.864 officials who failed to submit a Statement on Assets, has been published
At its 58th session, the CEC BiH determined that as many as 2,864 officials failed to submit a signed statement on their total assets.
  More than 60 CSOs discussed electoral reform
More than 60 CSOs discussed electoral reform
Upon the initiative and with the support of the European Union, the Coalition for Free and Fair Elections "Pod lupom" organized three-day online talks on electoral reform with participation CSOs from across the state. The goal was to create an open space for the BiH CSOs so they can openly and without any influences express their views and thoughts pertaining to the electoral reform in BiH.
  Kenan Dautović (SDA) is a new mayor of Travnik winning 54. 8 % of votes; candidates in Foča FBiH face a tight race
Kenan Dautović (SDA) is a new mayor of Travnik winning 54. 8 % of votes; candidates in Foča FBiH face a tight race
The Coalition for Free and Fair Elections ''Pod lupom'' informed the public at the press conference held at 9:30 pm in Travnik about voting process until 7 pm, close of the polls, voter turnout in snap elections in Travnik and Foča and election results in the mayoral race in the two municipalities.

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