Five detained in Bosnia-Herzegovina after ballots brought in

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Five detained in Bosnia-Herzegovina after ballots brought in

In coordination with the Chief Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milanko Kajgani ordered the RS Ministry of Internal Affairs to detain five persons from Bosanski Novi, in coordination with the Chief Prosecutor of OJT Prijedor.

There were identified as being connected with illegalities related to the election procedure, that is, bringing a large amount of filled-in ballots to the polling station.

This was first reported by the Under Scrutiny Coalition, who pointed out that two volumes of filled-in ballots for all three levels of government were brought to the polling station in Hozi i.

There were also ballots for elections at the level of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as entities, the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and OJT Prijedor among the ballots.

In the joint activities, it was agreed that persons deprived of liberty within the legal term will be handed over to the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The necessary activities will be agreed in coordination with the Central Election Commission in order to implement a legal election process at the polling station.

The election committee was created by the Municipal Electoral Commission, as the President of the Central Electoral Commission Suad Arnautovi emphasized that they will probably determine whether or not the elections will be postponed at the polling station.

He states that a total of 465 voters are voting at this place, and that 50 completed ballots were brought in for each level of government.