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3,779,281 Eligible to Vote in Croatia’s Presidential Elections – Over 480,000 Diaspora Voters Not Registered

VotingCroatia’s Public Administration Ministry says that 3,779,281 voters will be eligible to vote in the upcoming presidential election later this month…

Out of the total number of eligible voters, 3,770,953 of them were registered residents in Croatia, whilst 8,328 were registered residents living outside of Croatia. There will be polling booths in 50 countries on 28 December when the presidential elections are held. The busiest booths abroad will be in Germany where 6,929 voters have registered, and in Bosnia and Herzegovina where 4,818 voters are actively registered. The Ministry says that of the 494,000 potential voters in the diaspora, only just over 8,000 were registered to vote.

Voters will have a choice from four candidates on 28 December – Ivo Josipović (SDP), Kolinda Grabar Kitarović (HDZ). Milan Kujundžić (Alliance for Croatia) and Ivan Vilibor Sinčić (Human Barrier NGO).

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