45 minutes | Nov 19th 2020

Results of the Local Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina Are In

Voter turnout for the November 15th, local elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina was very low.  Most attribute that to the combination of voter apathy and COVID-19.  For the Platform for Progress, it was able to secure council seats in 15 cities across the country, though none of the mayoral candidates could claim victory. It’s still, as Mirsad Hadzikadic, president of the Platform for Progress, told me a great step in the right direction as sites now switch to the local elections in Mostar on December 20th and of course the general election in 2022 Pristigli su rezultati lokalnih izbora u Bosni i Hercegovini  Izlaznost na lokalne izbore u Bosni i Hercegovini 15. novembra bila je vrlo niska. Mnogi to pripisuju kombinaciji apatije glasačkog tijela i pandemiji COVID-19. Platforma za progres obezbijedila je 15 mjesta u gradskim vijećima širom države, iako nijedan od kandidata za gradonačelnike/načelnike nije pobijedio. Ipak je to, kako mi je Mirsad Hadžikadić, predsjednik Platforme za progres rekao, veliki korak u pravom smjeru, dok se sada pažnja prebacuje na lokalne izbore u Mostaru zakazane za 20. decembar te naravno opšte izbore 2022. godine. 19.11.2020. Kliknite ovdje da pročitate intervju sa Mirsadom Hadžikadićem na službenim jezicima Bosne i Hercegovine  
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