FYROM is holding a referendum today to decide on the country’s name change. According to the State Election Commission, turnout until 11 am was 8,12%. Up until now, the State Election Commission reports that there have only been three complaints for violations in the voting process, while three of these complaints have been dismissed and four are still under process.
Ministry of Interior and organizations monitoring the referendum have reported three incidents. The voting will continue until 7 pm where citizens will decide on the country’s new name North Macedonia. /ibna/