Presidential elections: The polling stations now closed, 50% turnout by 7pm

According to data from Ipsos Strategic Market, 40.6% of the electorate (out of of 6,724,949 those eligible to vote) came to vote by 5pm. This percentage at the last election, measured at the same time, was 43.5%.

At 12 polling stations located in Kosovo and Metohija the turnout was 13.07%. The head of the OSCE mission in Pristina, Ambassador Jan Braathu, said that no incidents have been recorded.

Disputes have however occurred in Kikinda and Temerin. At ten polling stations in Kikinda, unidentified individuals asked voters whether they had voted. In Temerin, there was a suspected case of buying votes.

In general the official observers of the elections have not registered incidents or irregularities that could significantly alter the voting process.

All candidates for the president of the Republic of Serbia voted this morning.

(Blic, 04.02.2017, 18:00h)

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