PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF ELECTION DAY IN MOSTAR
2020 Local Elections in Mostar
As of 2 p.m. 38.1% more voters cast their votes than in regular elections
The Coalition's observers reported to the Call Centre sharing information about the voting process as of 2 p.m. It is encouraging that there were no reports of Bulgarian train (voters arriving at the polling stations with filled out ballots and leaving with blank ballots),inducing of voters to vote for any particular political subject, no intimidation or pressure on voters.
Election Day in Mostar Begins Without Major Problems
The Coalition for Free and Fair Elections “Pod Lupom” informs the public that the Coalition has engaged 240 citizens, non-partisan Election Day observers to observe the election process at all polling stations in the City of Mostar and in the Mostar City Election Commission. The Coalition's observers have thus far monitored arrangement and opening of the polling stations, and they will continue to observe the voting process as well as the closing and counting processes.
Coalition Pod Lupom To Cover All Polling Stations in Mostar on Election Day
The Coalition for Free and Fair Elections “Pod lupom” presented its Preliminary report on the long-term observation of the local elections in Mostar for the period 5 October – 14 December 2020 at today’s press conference in Mostar.
Video message by the EU Ambassador Sattler and renowned Mostarians to Mostar citizens as part of the Coalition's campaign
The EU Ambassador to BiH Johann Sattler supported the “I Choose for the First Time“ campaign implemented by the Coalition “Pod Lupom“ with a goal to educate, inform and motivate the young to vote in the elections scheduled for 20 December in Mostar.