Pristina, 22 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Around 17% of people in Kosovo is believed to have been asked to sell their vote in the last elections in Kosovo, in exchange of money or a gift.
This figure is considered alarming, because it shows that a large number of people are ready to sell their vote for material gains.
Meanwhile, the majority of respondents have declared that in case of elections, they would vote Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK). This was announced today during the publication of a report on political parties, by SPEAK movement.
This poll has taken place in 38 communes of the country with 1000 people.
Representative of this movement, Fidan Kalaja says that based on the results, out of 65% of the citizens, 29% would vote PDK, 28% would vote LDK and 25,5% would vote Self Determination.
Based on this poll, AAK would be voted by 6,6% of the population while the Serb List by 3% of the population. /ibna/