35,000 Croatian citizens in Bosnia register for Croatia election

Slightly fewer than 35,000 Croatian citizens residing in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina have registered for voting in Croatia's early parliamentary election, the Croatian Embassy in Sarajevo told Hina on Friday.

A total of 34,848 people registered for the vote by the statutory deadline of August 31. They will vote in Constituency 11, designed for the Croatian diaspora.

Most of the voters - 21,000 - registered in the area covered by the Croatian Consulate General in Mostar; 5,900 registered in Sarajevo, 4,700 in Tuzla and 2,538 in Banja Luka.

Voting will take place on September 10 and 11 at 34 polling stations: 20 in Mostar, eight in Sarajevo, four in Tuzla and two in Banja Luka.

Last update: Fri, 02/09/2016 - 12:12

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