Polls closed; voter turnout lower than in November: Jerinić wins in Doboj, Grujičić wins in Srebrenica
The Coalition for Free and Fair Elections “Pod lupom“ informed the public at the press conference held in Doboj at 9:30 p.m. about the voting process as at 7 p.m., closing of the polls and voter turnout in the repeat elections in Doboj and Srebrenica.
34 % voters in Srebrenica and 40 % of voters in Doboj cast their votes by 2 p.m.
The observers of the Coalition for Free and Fair Elections “Pod lupom” reported to the Coalition's Call Center about the voting process in Doboj and Srebrenica as of 2 p.m. All observers have reported that they have been able to observe the electoral process freely. Objections or complaints were registered at 12 polling stations in Doboj and one polling station in Srebrenica.
It is different situation in re-run elections: All non-partisan observers are allowed without problems to access polling stations
The Coalition for Free and Fair Elections “Pod Lupom” informs the public that one hundred civic, non-partisan election-day observers have been deployed by the Coalition to observe the election-day process at almost all polling stations in Doboj and all polling stations in Srebrenica including at the City Election Commission of the City of Doboj and Municipal Election Commission of Srebrenica. The Pod lupom observers have thus far observed the organization and opening of the polling stations, and they will c
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Pod lupom Coalition will have non-partisan observers at almost all polling stations in Doboj and Srebrenica
After the Central Election Commission of BiH (CEC) has passed a decision on conducting reruns of the local elections in Doboj and Srebrenica, the Coalition for Free and Fair Elections “Pod lupom” has begun preparations for conducting non-partisan monitoring of the reruns.