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Vote repeated in five Kosmet municipalities

10. January 2011. | 08:32

Source: Beta

 A vote was repeated in five municipalities in Kosovo and Metohija, where irregularities were reported during the Dec. 12, 2010 parliamentary vote, on Jan. 9.

 A vote was repeated in five municipalities in Kosovo and Metohija, where irregularities were reported during the Dec. 12, 2010 parliamentary vote, on Jan. 9.

According to information posted by the Kosovo Election Commission at 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 9, the turnout in Srbica was 58.68 percent, 61.60 percent in Glogovac, 34.59 percent in Decani, 36.36 percent in Malisevo and 53.31 percent in Lipljan.

The election was organized from scratch in the municipalities of Srbica, Glogovac and Decani, and repeated in some places in Malisevo and Lipljan.

Election Commission president Valdete Daka said the commission had received several "official complaints to the election process," adding that all complaints should be lodged with the competent bodies. She could not say when the preliminary results would come out.

The Democracy at Work nongovernment organization, whose observers watched the vote, reported a number of other irregularities, but declined to say whether they had altered the vote.

A repeat of elections was organized in 62 polling stations throughout Kosovo, with an estimated 133,000 voters. Some 2,000 observers watched the vote, including 100 from the EU.


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