Sunday , March 26 2023

(MINUTES MINUTES) Local elections in 2018


Approximately 3,200 polling stations opened around 7 o'clock across the country, of which approximately 1.7 million voters in 212 Slovenian municipalities will speak about new mayors and municipal councilors. We observe elections from one minute to a minute.

In the 2014 municipal elections, 775,116 voters or 45.22 percent of eligible voters (39.36 percent in urban areas) participated in a survey of 1.71 million voters.

07.15 688 candidates (588 men and 100 women) were elected to municipal and municipal councils, but 22,314 candidates (12,116 men and 10,198 women). Detailed HERE.

07.00 The poll is open. Around 3200 polling stations will be open until 19:00, in which 212 Slovenian municipalities will vote for more than 1.7 million votes for new mayors and municipalities. Municipalities with more limited parts will also hold elections for holy local, village and quarter communities.

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03.00 Following the local elections held in 2018, Minister Rudi Medved will invite the ad hoc mission of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe. The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities promotes election observation missions in 47 member states of the Council of Europe, which is one of its priorities.

02.00 The first election news will be available at noon. 12:00 (depending on the situation at the polling stations at 11:00). Other information on the election will be available after 17:00 (depending on the situation at the polling stations at 16:00). The first partial voting results will be known after noon. 19:30.

01.00 Today there will be regular municipal elections in which all members of the local government councils, mayors and members of the council of smaller municipal councils will be elected in all municipalities in Slovenia. Local communities with members of the Italian-Hungarian national community and the Roma community will also be elected representatives of these communities in the municipal council.

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