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.
18.5% voters in Travnik and 42.7% voter in Foča (FBiH) cast their votes by 2 p.m.
The Coalition's observers reported on the voting process in Travnik and Foča (FBiH) by 2 p.m. All observers have unimpededly observed the voting process at all polling stations.
Peaceful start of snap elections: Observers have unhindered access to all polls in Travnik and Foča (FBiH)
The Coalition for Free and Fair Elections “Pod lupom” informs the public that more than hundred civic, nonpartisan Election day observers have been engaged to observe the electoral process at all polling stations in Travnik and Foča (FBiH) and in the Municipal Election Commissions in these respective municipalities. All Coalition's observers have been allowed unhindered access to all polling stations to which they have been deployed in Travnik and Foča (FBiH).
Pod Lupom's Non-partisan Observers to Cover All Polling Stations in Snap Elections in Travnik and Foča (FBiH)
After its decision on termination of the term of office of a Mayor of Foča (FBiH) and decision on inability to take office of a Mayor of Travnik, the Central Election Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina passed a decision at its 18th session on February 2, 2021 to call early mayoral elections in Foča (FBiH) and Travnik.
The Process of amending the Election Law of Bosnia and Herzegovina should include all interested actors
The process of amending the Election Law of Bosnia and Herzegovina should include all interested decision-makers, the election administration, the academic community and representatives of civil society.