The list For the benefit of Podgorica citizens, Milo Djukanovic won 47.7 percent, while Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic, Podgorica won 25.6 percent of votes based on 46 percent of polling stations in the capital, announced is from the Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI).
CeMI PR Coordinator Teodora Gilic said that the Democratic Front-Socialist People’s Party won 11.8 percent, based on 46.9 percent of polling stations in Podgorica, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic 4.9 percent, the SDP- DEMOS 2.1 percent, Marko Milacic “To make Podgorica a family” 2.6 percent.
“The Albanian alternative won two percent, United Montenegro Goran Danilovic 1.3 percent, Citizens Group Sasa Mijovic” Winner of the Word “0.8 percent, Serbian Coalition Dobrilo Dedeic 0.4 percent,” Gilić said.
According to her, based on 52 percent of polling stations in Bar, projections of the results showed that the list “For the benefit of the citizens of Bar” DPS Milo Djukanovic won 36, 5 percent, Social Democrats Mico Orlandic 18.8 percent, and Radomir Novakovic Cakan 12. 8 percent of the vote.
“Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic “Bar for the 21st Century” 11.1 percent, Democratic Front Socialist People’s Party 6.3 percent, SDP “Bar for Change” 5.6 percent, Bosniak Party 3.8 percent, Marko Milacic Real Montenegro 2.6 percent, Demos “Clean Hands for Bar Future” one percent, Albanians at least 0.8 percent, Bar Reform 0.7 percent” said Gilic.
Based on 85 percent of processed polling stations in Bijelo Polje, she said, the majority of votes won For the benefit of Bijelo Polje citizens, Milo Djukanovic – 59 percent.
“DF “Choose, decide, change” 9.9 percent, Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic “Bijelo Polje for the 21st century” 8.5 percent “Best choice” Socialist People’s Party 8.1 percent, SDP “For life in Bijelo Polje” seven percent, United Montenegro Goran Danilovic 3.6 percent, Serbian Coalition Slavko Fustic two percent, Reconciliation Alliance Svetislav Perisic 1.3 percent, “For our town of Bijelo Polje” Montenegro and SJC 0.7 percent” Gilic said.
She said that based on 82 percent of polling stations in Danilovgrad, the “For the good of the citizens of Danilovgrad” Milo Djukovic won 52.4 percent.
“Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic “Danilovgrad for the 21st Century” 18.5 percent, the People’s Coalition “Honorable for Danilovgrad” 8.5 percent, New Serbian Democracy-Movement for Change 7.3 percent, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic 5.6 percent, Marko Milacic “For real Danilovgrad” Real Montenegro 4.3 percent, SDP “Honorable for Change” Drazen Dragojevic 3.4 percent “, said Gilić.
Based on 75 per cent of polling stations polled, in Zabljak, “For the good of Zabljak citizens” Milo Djukanovic Winning won 56.8 per cent, Aleksa Becic Democrats Victories not divisions, won 23.6 per cent, and the Democratic Front-Socialist People’s Party of Montenegro 19.6 percent.
In Kolasin, Gilic said, based on 80 percent of polling stations polled for the benefit of the citizens of Kolasin, the winner Milo Djukanovic won 39.8 percent of the vote.
“Aleksa Becic Democrats “Victories, not divisions” 16.6%, Democratic Front-Socialist People’s Party 16.3%, Voter Group of Sule and Mikan “Together with citizens of Kolasin “10.7%, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic 7.7% , “Changes in Action” Social Democratic Party 5.2 percent, United Montenegro Goran Danilovic 4.1 percent” said Gilic.
She said that based on 73 percent of polling stations processed, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic in Plav won 29.1 percent of votes, Bosniak Party 20 percent, “For the benefit of Blue citizens” Winner Milo Djukanovic 17, 1 percent, Social Democratic Party “Changes in Action” “12.6 percent, DF-SNP Coalition eight percent, Albanian Alternative 5.2 percent, I choose Plav Voter Group 4.2 percent, Aleksa Becic Democrats “Victories, not Divisions” 3.1 percent and Justice and Reconciliation Party “Plav our home ” 0.6 percent of the vote.
“Based on 78 percent of processed polling stations in Pljevlja, the results are as follows: “For the benefit of Pljevlja citizens Winning” Milo Djukanovic 51.9 percent, Aleksa Becic Democrats “Victories, not divisions” 20.3 percent, NSD-SNP-PZP Coalition 14.1 percent, “For the salvation of Pljevlja” 11.8 percent, Pljevlja to all Dr. Adnan Hadziosmanovic 1.9 percent of votes” stated Gilić.
In Rozaje, the Bosniak party Rafet Husovic won 51.1 percent of the vote, based on 87 percent of polling stations processed.
“For the benefit of Rozaje citizens Winning Milo Djukanovic 27.5 percent, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic “Consistently for Rozaje” 12.5 percent, SDP For Change 3.7 percent, SPP Hazbija Kalac 2.4 percent, Aleksa Becic Democrats “Victories not divisions” 1.3 percent, Compliant for Rozaje – fraternally and honestly forward 0.9 percent, URA Husein Ljaic “Rozaje our house” 0.4 percent, “Changes for better Rozaje” Aida Nina Kurpejovic 0.2 percent” said Gilic.
Based on one hundred percent of polled polling stations in Savnik, as she said, the list “For the good of Savnik citizen Winning” Milo Djukanovic won 63.4 percent of votes, SNP-DF Coalition 24.3 percent, Aleksa Becic Democrats “Victories, not divisions” 12.5 percent.
Gilic said that based on 29 percent of polling stations in the municipality of Golubovci, 54.1 percent of the votes were won by Milo Djukanovic’s “For the Benefit of Golubovci Citizens”.
“Aleksa Becic, Dritan Abazovic “Zeta for the 21st Century” 22.9 percent, DFP SNP “Everything for a Free Zeta” coalition 16.3 percent, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic 3.8 percent, Civic Alliance for Change Golubovci 2.3 percent, United Montenegro Goran Danilovic 0.8 percent of the votes” said Gilic.
The head of the observation mission, Nikoleta Djukanovic, said that much less irregularities were received in this election cycle compared to the presidential elections, but also to earlier elections, she said.
Djukanovic said that most of the irregularities were related to violation of secrecy of voting.
“One person was allowed to vote outside the polling station, and even a case was reported when two people voted simultaneously in one voting booth. It is because of this case that when two people voted in one booth that violated the secrecy of voting, our observer was removed from the polling station. The electoral committee, with a kind of verbal conflict, asked the observer to leave the polling station” Djukanovic said.
She said that some voters were not on the electoral roll, which is why they did not exercise their right to vote.
“We would point out the irregularity of the electoral roll, since there were noticeable cases where several voters were not on the electoral roll, but the electronic identification device recognizes it or has verified the list on the website biraci.me or in some other way found its name but is still not found on the roll, so they are prevented from voting.” Djukanovic said.
She noted that there were noticeable instances of propaganda material being present within a hundred meters of the polling station, as well as inadequate training of polling station members.
Djukanovic said that CeMI received several complaints about keeping records of outgoing voters, while voting was suspended at two polling stations because, as she said, there was a verbal conflict between members of polling station committees.
“There are several cases of the loud pronouncing of voters’ names, as well as the replacement of a member of the polling station by a person who is not a member of the polling station. The use of the telephone at polling stations was also noticeable” Djukanovic said.
CeMI Board President Zlatko Vujovic explained that the possibility of a sampling error is greater in local elections than in parliamentary ones.
“When we talk about Podgorica, it can be plus or minus two percent in full realization of the sample. In the case of other municipalities, it moves plus, minus three percent. During the evening, we will collect data from all polling stations and reduce the possibility of error to below one percent.