3.8 million citizens have right to vote at Sept 11 election

A little fewer than 3.8 million citizens have the right to vote in the parliamentary election on September 11, which is about the same number as in the November 2015 election.

Public Administration Minister Dubravka Jurlina Alibegovic on Friday concluded the electoral roll for the snap election which contains 3,799,609 voters registered, which is 8,268 more than for the November 2015 election.

There are 3,740,200 Croatian residents registered on the electoral roll.

Voters will vote at around seven thousand polling stations (6,946) around the country, as many as there were in the November 2015 election.

Another 115 polling stations will be opened in 49 countries, which is 1 more than for the November 2015 election and that polling station will be set up at the Croatian Embassy in Tehran, Iran.

The most polling stations outside Croatia have been allocated in Bosnia and Herzegovina (34), followed by Germany (17).

Last update: Fri, 02/09/2016 - 19:29

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