Pristina, June 8, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
In the first news conference, State Prosecution, Laura Pula and police spokesman, Baki Kelani have confirmed that an incident has been registered in Prizren, where an official of a polling center has prevented a citizen to vote freely.
They said that the official has been immediately changed and the voting process has continued normally.
Meanwhile, the new political party, Incentive for Kosovo has expressed its concern about the progress of the elections.
“Based on the information received by our commissioners and our monitors in polling centers, the Incentive voices its concern about the progress of the electoral process in the commune of Drenas. Based on our information, ballot papers are lacking in many polling centers in the commune of Drenas, while our commissioners and monitors have been prevented to carry out their duties in the village of Sankoc”, reads the press statement.
Monitors of the Incentive for Kosovo in Drenas have seen around 50 buses of PDK which were transporting voters and this has left room for there to be suspicions for manipulations.
The Incentive calls on all competent authorities not to allow manipulations. /ibna/