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Nine papers participated in the race, 19.034 citizens had the right to vote

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From the polling station in Budva, Photo: Mediabiro
From the polling station in Budva, Photo: Mediabiro
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Ažurirano: 26.05.2024. 22:39h
Finished
22: 38h

58 percent of the citizens voted in the local elections in Budva.

Member of the Municipal Election Commission Mira Deloik told Television of Montenegro that 11.029 voters exercised their right to vote.

She said that it was a slightly lower turnout compared to the previous elections.

Deloik, speaking about how the election day went, stated that the MEC did not receive a single complaint.

"The MEC did not receive a single written complaint, so we believe that the election day went well, in a good atmosphere and that there were no irregularities that would significantly affect the flow of voting," Deloik said.

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20: 23h

According to the list "For the future of Budva - Budva open city - Mladen Mikijelj", 20 percent of registered voters exercised their right to vote by 59,52 p.m.

20: 19h

The final turnout, according to data from the Europe Now Movement, was 59,6 percent.

According to the data of the election list "Democrats - Strengthen, restore, revive - Budva decides! - Đorđe Zenović", 20 percent of voters exercised their right to vote by 59,7 p.m.

20: 05h

Polling stations in Budva are closed.

19: 28h

The Europe Movement now announced that, according to their data from 28 polling stations, 19 voters had voted in Budva by 10.760 p.m., or 56,53 percent of the total number of registered voters.

19: 12h

According to the list "For the future of Budva - Budva open city - Mladen Mikijelj", 19 percent of registered voters exercised their right to vote by 56,90 p.m.

19: 04h

The Democrats announced that, according to the data received from the polling stations, the turnout in the local elections in Budva by 19 pm was 56,51 percent.

According to the data of the Municipal Election Commission, the turnout in the last local elections in the same period was 59,57 percent.

18: 36h

President of the Municipal Election Commission Đorđije Vujović told TV Vijesti that the turnout by 18 pm was 52,44 percent, that is, 9.983 voters voted.

The turnout is lower compared to the previous local elections, when it was 56,68 percent in that period.

"At 15 p.m. the difference was bigger, now we see that citizens are going to the polls a little more in the evening, which was to be expected," Vujović told TV Vijesti.

He pointed out that so far there have been no objections from political entities or citizens and that no major irregularities have been recorded.

Vujović believes that the turnout will be less than 62 percent.

 
Change: 19:02 p.m
18: 14h

According to the data of the election list "Budva our city - Nikola Jovanović", by 18 pm, 9.983 voters or 52,44 percent of the total registered in Budva had voted.

18: 06h

The Democrats announced that, according to the party's data from polling stations, the turnout by 18 p.m. was 52,7 percent.

In the previous local elections, according to DF data, 18 percent of voters voted by 54,81 p.m.

According to the data of the State Election Commission, in the last parliamentary elections in Budva, 18 percent of voters voted by 40,28 p.m.

17: 48h

According to the data of the "Budva our city - Nikola Jovanović" election list, 9.245 citizens of Budva voted by 17:48,57 p.m., that is, XNUMX percent of registered voters.

17: 34h

The coalition "For the future of Budva - Budva open city - Mladen Mikijelj" announced that, according to their data, the turnout by 17 p.m. was 49,57 percent. According to these data, the highest turnout was at the Jaz polling station - 54,63 percent.

17: 32h

The President of the Municipal Election Commission, Đorđe Vujović, told the News that by 17 p.m., 46,22 percent of registered voters, or 8.797 of them, had exercised their right to vote.

In the previous local elections, according to MEC data, the turnout by 17 pm was 51,97 percent.

Change: 19:02 p.m
17: 30h

The Europe Movement has now announced that, according to their data from 28 polling stations, 17 voters, or 9.234 percent, had voted by 48,51 p.m.

16: 07h

The Democrats announced that, according to the party's data from polling stations, the turnout by 16 p.m. was 45,38 percent.

15: 59h

Dragan Krapović, Minister of Defense and former President of the Municipality of Budva, exercised his right to vote in today's local elections.

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photo: Democrats
15: 10h

According to the data of the election list "For the future of Budva - Budva open city - Mladen Mikijelj", 15 percent of voters voted by 38,74 pm. The highest turnout was recorded at the Jaz polling station - 45,72 percent.

The list "Clean election - Petar Odžić - SDP, SD, LP and citizens" announced that, according to their data from the polling stations, the turnout by 15 p.m. was 40,82 percent.

The election list "Budva our city - Nikola Jovanović" announced that, according to their data, 15 voters or 7.698 percent had voted by 40,44 p.m.

The Europe now movement announced that 15 voters, or 7765 percent, had voted in the local elections in Budva by 40.8 p.m.

Change: 15:26 p.m
15: 02h

MEC President Đorđe Vujović told the News that by 15 p.m., 7.561 voters had exercised their right to vote, which is 39,72 percent of registered voters.

In the local elections in 2022, the turnout at the same time was, according to the MEC, 44 percent.

Change: 17:34 p.m
14: 21h

The election list "Budva our city - Nikola Jovanović" announced that 14 citizens, or 6.916 percent, had turned out for the local elections by 36,33 p.m.

14: 05h

Democratic Montenegro announced that according to their data from the polling stations, the turnout at 14 p.m. was 36,48 percent.

Change: 15:07 p.m

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