Croatian citizens living in Bosnia-Herzegovina vote on Sunday for president of Croatia at six polling stations in the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, News Agency Fena reports.
They will be able to choose from candidates Ante Djapic (DESNO), Nedeljko Babic (HSSCKS), Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic (HDZ), Zoran Milanovic (SDP), Katarina Peovic (RF), Ivan Pernar (SIP), independent Dario Jurican and Mislav Kolakusic, Dejan Kovac (HSLS), independent Dalija Oreskovic and independent candidate Miroslav Skoro.
Crotian citizens who live in Croatia may also vote in BiH if they are found in this country on election day, but they must have a certificate to vote outside their place of residence.
The polls are located abroad in 47 countries at 124 polling stations, a third of which are in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The polls will be closed at 7 p.m.