Head of Bosnia's election watchdog Zeljko Bakalar told N1 Sunday that the mismatch between electoral rolls at polling stations and the ones received by election observers gathered around the Pod Lupom coalition is probably due to difference in documents, not a serious incident.
“Our services are checking how the mismatch in numbers of citizens with the right to vote could occur between the central electoral roll and the rolls at Mostar polling stations. But so far no voter complained that their name wasn't found on the roll and everyone voted orderly. There are probably some differences in the data submitted to the Coalition ‘Pod Lupom’ in relation to the data at the polling stations,” head of Bosnia's Central Election Commission told N1.
The election process is going as planned, be noted, commenting on Pod Lupom's allegations that they observed 4,000 fewer voters on their rolls compared to those on the central electoral roll.