Polling Stations for the Second Round of Presidential Elections in Croatia opened in Mostar

January 5, 2020 12:45 PM

 

Polling stations for the second round of presidential elections in Croatia opened in Mostar on Sunday morning, with voters deciding between Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic (HDZ) and Zoran Milanovic (SDP).

Croatian citizens living in Bosnia- Herzegovina from 7 am to 7 pm will be able to vote in a total of 44 polling stations in the cities of the headquarters of the diplomatic missions and consular posts of Croatia in BiH. Most polling stations, 19 of them, are in Mostar.

In the seventh presidential election since independence, Croatian voters decide who will run the state for the next five years – Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic or Zoran Milanovic, the candidates who won the highest number of votes in the first round on December 22nd.

3,860,000,000 voters in Croatia and abroad have the right to vote, almost 5,400 more than in the first round, Fena news agency reports.

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