50 Percent of registered Voters went to the Polls

The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Bosnia and Herzegovina has updated its turnout data for local elections.

According to the latest data, at the BiH level, 50 percent of registered voters went to the polls.

In the Federation, the turnout was 47 percent, so 896,772 voted, in the RS 55 percent or 643,456 voters voted.

In the Brcko District, 45 percent or 37,425 voters voted. The highest turnout was recorded in the municipality of East Mostar, where 87.20 percent or 143 voters voted.

The lowest turnout was recorded in the municipality of Usora, where 23.75 percent of voters or 1,359 out of 5,723 registered voters voted.

A total of 53.88 percent or 1,723,140 voters went to the local elections four years ago.

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