20.38 – Parallel records and organized transportation of voters

Parallel records of voters were observed at seven percent of polling stations, and the unauthorized presence of third persons was recorded at four percent of polls. Around the polling stations, observers most frequently recorded the keeping of parallel records of voters, the circulation of suspicious cars and the organized transportation of voters to the polling stations. At 14 percent of polling stations, UV lamps and invisible spray were used inconsistently. Cases where voters were not found in the Voter Registry were recorded at 13 percent of polls. Voting without valid identification documents was observed at three percent of polling stations.

Poor Election Day in Belgrade

- / 03.06.2024.

The elections for the Assembly of the City of Belgrade were devastating regarding the integrity and quality of the elections, the rule of law and the democratic capacity of society. Around 200,000 fewer voters got out to vote compared to December, and despite a convincing majority that will form the Belgrade government, its legitimacy will…

Belgrade elections – results projection

- / 02.06.2024.

Lower turnout by 19:00 and more complaints

- / 02.06.2024.

A total of 41,5 percent of citizens voted in elections for the Belgrade City Assembly by 19:00 (margin of error 0,4 percent). In comparison, voter turnout by 19:00 in Belgrade elections in December was 54,8 percent. Until the last report at 18:00 the CRTA Election Observation Mission submitted another complaint on account of electoral corruption, totaling the…

Another complaint for vote buying

- / 02.06.2024.

The number of reports of electoral corruption is increasing. CRTA’s Election Observation Mission has reported another case to the police on suspicion of vote buying in front of a polling station in Palilula. CRTA observers recorded the organized transportation of voters to the polling station and the distribution of money. CRTA has so far submitted…

Turnout by 16:00 31,2 percent

- / 02.06.2024.

A total of 31,2 percent of citizens voted in elections for the Belgrade City Assembly by 16:00 (margin of error 0,3 percent). In comparison, voter turnout by 16:00 in Belgrade elections in December was 41,4 percent (margin of error 0,1 percent). The next regular media conference of the CRTA Election Observation Mission is scheduled for 18:00. You may follow…

Turnout by 13:00 – 22,5 percent

- / 02.06.2024.

A total of 22,5 percent of citizens voted in elections for the Belgrade City Assembly by 13:00 (margin of error 0,3 percent). In comparison, voter turnout by 13:00 in Belgrade elections in December was 26,1 percent. As election day progresses, the number of polling stations where the unauthorized presence of third persons was observed, without the reaction…

Turnout by 10am 9,9 percent

- / 02.06.2024.

A total of 9,9 percent of citizens voted in elections for the Belgrade City Assembly by 10:00 (margin of error 0,2 percent). In comparison, voter turnout by 10:00 in Belgrade elections in December was 9,6 percent. A total of 1.602.150 citizens registered in the Voter Registry have the right to vote in Belgrade elections. All polling stations…

Belgrade Elections 2024 – Second Interim Report Of Long Term Election Observation

/ 31.05.2024.

In the second half of the campaign for the Belgrade City Assembly elections, there has been an increase in campaign activities, as well as a trend of local policy issues being overshadowed by national topics promoted by top government officials. Part of the public had hoped that the inter-party dialogue aimed at improving election conditions,…

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