Voting process peaceful, no public peace and order violations, informs Interior Ministry


The Ministry of Interior (MoI) has so far not logged any disorderly conduct or intentional disturbing of the public peace and order at polling places, MoI spokesperson Toni Angelovski said on Wednesday, adding that voting was going on peacefully and without any problems.
“From the opening of the polling stations up until 11 a.m., we register two complaints about a political party stand set up near a polling station in Shuto Orizari, as well as about pasted posters and scattered leaflets in the area of Chair in Skopje, and measures are being taken to clear up the cases. We also have reports of agitation in Tetovo, Skopje, Kumanovo village of Banica, Strumica and Bogovinje municipality, but after measures taken by the police officers, those allegations have not been confirmed until now,” Angelovski said.
The Ministry of Interior urges citizens and the participants in the elections and in the rest of the voting to refrain from incidents, and if there is any violation of the electoral process, the citizens should immediately inform the police on the numbers 192 and 112 or report to the nearest police station.

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