“Allegations of irregularities in the Bosnia’s election process are becoming more often as the October election is approaching. The most recent ones point out there is a huge imbalance between the number of valid ID cards and the number of registered voters.

Chief of Bosnia’s Agency for identification documents, registers and data exchange (IDDEEA), Arif Nanic, told N1 that the number of valid ID cards issued in Bosnia and Herzegovina for citizens aged 18 and above does not match the number of voters who have registered for the upcoming general elections in the country by August 23.

‘We’ve communicated with the Central Election Commission (CEC) and established a huge difference between the valid, issued documents and the list of voters. We’ll probably try to figure out together with the CEC in the following days how did that happen,’ said Nanic.” (N1)