Elections

Central Electoral Bureau to announce turnout at 11.30, 14.30, 17.30, 20.30 and 22.30

The Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) will inform the public opinion and press regarding the voter turnout in the presidential elections of Sunday at 11.30, 14.30, 17.30, 20.30 and 22.30 EET.

The hours at which the polling stations are to send information towards the BEC are 10.00, 13.00, 16.00, 19.00 and 21.00.

Central Electoral Bureau to inform on ballot attendance abroad

The Central Electoral Bureau will be the authority that informs the public on the attendance of the Sunday presidential ballot abroad, at the times set in the Bureau's decision 51/2014, the Electoral Bureau No. 48 for the polling stations abroad informed AGERPRES through a media release on Friday.

Central Electoral Bureau issues decision on special ballot box voting

The president of the electoral bureau of the polling station will examine the copies of medical documents or other official documents attached to the written request to exercise the voting rights through the special ballot box, proving that the persons in question are non-transportable, the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) says in a decision adopted on Friday.

Elections held for councils of national minorities

Elections held for councils of national minorities

BELGRADE -- According to first unofficial estimates of the CeSID agency, the list led by Sulejman Ugljanin has won the election for the Bosniak National Council.

The preliminary results will be announced on Monday, while the final results will be known on Thursday at the latest.

Bulgaria’s Kaspichan Holds Referendum on Medical Waste Incineration Plant

Bulgaria's northeastern town of Kaspichan is holding a referendum on banning the exploitation of a medical waste incineration facility.
Around 2800 residents of Kaspichan are eligible voters in the local referendum, according to reports of the Bulgarian National Radio.
Polls open at 6 am and close at 7 pm on Sunday.
Locals may cast their ballots at six polling stations.

Candidate Udrea: When I'm president I will propose referendum on dismissing current Parliament

Elena Udrea, People's Movement Party candidate in the November presidential elections, pronounces herself for the 'resetting' of the political system through a referendum to dismiss the current Parliament, followed by the forming of a new government.

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