13 complaints filed to SEC over election process


A total of 13 complaints have been filed to the State Election Commission (SEC) over the election process, and the process of counting and verification of election results.

The SDSM led coalition has filed four complaints, which involve two polling stations in Jegunovce municipality, one polling station in Gjorche Petrov municipality, and another polling station in the municipality of Makedonska Kamenica.

The Alliance for Albanians and Alternativa coalition has filed six complaints, which involve polling stations in Debar, Shuto Orizari, two polling stations in the municipality of Gostivar. Another complaint is over counting election results for mayor of Gostivar, and there’s also a complaint over counting the election results for members of the Council of Gostivar municipality.

The VMRO-DPMNE led coalition has filed three complaints, which involve polling stations in the municipalities of Centar, Dolneni, and Saraj.

Two complaints have been filed by the VMRO-DPMNE coalition over breaking election silence.

The SEC will additionally schedule a session to review and decide on the complaints.

The SEC is to adopt a decision within 72 hours upon receiving a complaint, and submit the decision via e-mail. Complainants may appeal to the Administrative Court against the decision of the SEC within 24 hours upon receiving the decision.

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