Candidate for Croatian Member of Presidency Borisa Falatar voted

Borisa Falatar, a candidate for a member from Croatian people for the BiH Presidency (Nasa Stranka), voted on Sunday morning at Elementary School “Alija Nametak” in Sarajevo.

“We must not miss this opportunity and that is why I advise to people to vote and not give up.” Vote bravely, vote with your heart, vote with confidence, “said Falatar to the media representatives.

The country’s Central Election Commission (CIK) has registered 128 political subjects, 58 parties, 36 coalitions and 34 independent candidates for the general elections, and a total of 7,497 candidates running for 518 positions for all levels of government.
Former CIK president Irena Hadziabdic said 3.38 million BiH citizens are eligible to vote.
Some 5,500 polling stations across the country are opened, and the election process will be monitored by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

In one of the most complex electoral systems in the world, BiH voters will elect tripartite members of the presidency, which represents the three major ethnic groups of Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. They will also choose a president and two vice presidents of Republika Srpska (RS), one of BiH’s entities, and its Assembly members. In addition, voters will choose members of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly, Federation of BiH (FBiH) Parliament, and assemblies of ten cantons in FBiH.


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