UNDP: 16 percent of voters sure to vote in north Kosovo

According to a UN Development Program (UNDP) poll in north Kosovo, around 16 percent of voters will certainly cast ballots in the coming local elections.

Source: Tanjug

44 percent said they they would boycott the November 3 elections.

The results of the poll show that 17 percent of subjects intend to vote while 23 percent are uncertain whether they will turn out.

The results of the research, which was carried out in four municipalities in north Kosovo and Metohija early in October, "are encouraging," said the UNDP.

The organization explained that this was true "bearing in mind the political sensitivity and the fact that the elections north of the Ibar River are organized for the first time under the auspices of the Kosovo Election Commission."


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