Today, at an emergency session, the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Bosnia and Herzegovina adopted an order ordering the Main Counting Center to recount ballots and determine the election results from regular polling stations in the city of Mostar by political entities and candidates of political entities.
The ballots will be recounted for the level of the city constituency – 199 at polling stations 152A003A, 154A002, 154A007A, 154A009, 155A002, 155A003 and 155A008, and for the level of the constituency of city district three (Southeast) – 152 at polling station 152A003A.
“Also for the level of the constituency of the city area one (North) – 154 at the polling stations 154A002 and 154A007A and for the level of the constituency of the city area two (Stari Grad) – 155 at the polling stations 155A003 and 155A008,” the CEC announced.
The recount according to this order will start tomorrow at 10 am in the Main Counting Center in Sarajevo (Zetra), according to the dynamics determined by the director of the Main Counting Center.
The order will be published on the website of the Central Election Commission of BiH and will be considered to have been delivered to all participants in the election process.
“Pursuant to Article 5.31 of the BiH Election Law, candidates of political parties, coalitions, lists of independent candidates and independent candidates appearing on the