Center for Democratic Transition (CDT) will engage 39 accredited observers to cover every polling station during both voting and the counting of votes in the local elections in Tivat on 17 April.
Director of CDT, Dragan Koprivica, said at a press conference that their mobile teams will also observe the surroundings of polling stations.
“Data on voter turnout, happenings at polling stations, election results and possible violations of election procedures will be communicated to the public via our web portal www.cdtmn.org and through our Twiter and Facebook accounts”, said Koprivica adding that this will enable all media, political parties and interested parties to receive information simultaneously and equally.
Monitoring of local elections in Tivat is a project implemented by CDT with the support of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Montenegro.
There are 11.078 citizens with the right to vote in Tivat, in a total of 19 polling stations.
13 voters will be able to exercise their right to vote using the two polling stations in the correctional facility and the Remand Prison in Podgorica.
The CDT said they wish for a “boring” election day, without tension and violations, but stress thet they are well prepared to deal with anyone planning any illegal actions.