DUI-led European Front led demands re-vote in Zhelino


The European Front coalition led by DUI has submitted an objection to the State Election Commission (SEC) for the re-voting of Election Precinct 2101 in the village of Larce in the Municipality of Zhelino, the SEC said in statement.

No other objections to the re-voting on May 22 in seven electoral places in the fifth and sixth electoral units have been received by the SEC.

The SEC is obliged to make a decision within 72 hours after receiving the objection. The candidates have the right to appeal the decision of the SEC to the Administrative Court, which, in turn, has to decide within 48 hours after receiving the appeal.

After the re-voting in polling station 2101 in Larce, Zhelino, the European Front Coalition lost one MP compared to the results of May 8, while the Worth It coalition gained one MP seat.


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