Serbian expats to be able to vote in 35 countries worldwide

BELGRADE - In the December 17 elections, Serbian expats will be able to vote at a record-high 81 polling stations in 35 countries around the world.

The majority of the polling stations abroad - 19 - will be in Bosnia and Herzegovina, followed by Germany with six and Austria and Italy with five each.

Most of the polling stations will be located at Serbian diplomatic and consular representative offices.

More than one third of the stations will be opened in the countries of the former Yugoslavia and six will be available in North America and one each in Africa and New Zealand.

According to figures released by the national electoral commission, 32,216 Serbian nationals living abroad have registered to vote.

The commission has decided that, in four countries, the vote will take place one day before the official election date due to differing time...

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