Electors across the country choose local representatives who will hand over them to power over the next four years. The round at 11 o'clock was 15.29%. The highest participation was in Osilnica, where almost one third of the electorate voted, while the lowest was in etal where participation was 5.7%.
At 11.00, 15.29% of the electoral commission and 259,435 people elected their voices, according to the unofficial data from the national electoral commission. & # 160;
The highest number of participants will be registered no later than 11, or in Osilnica, where 29.91% of the votes voted (105 of 351 votes). Followed by Trinity Council in Slovenian Gorice (29.76 percent), Jezersko (29.29 percent) and Sol (29.28 percent).
Among the cities was the highest in Nova Gorica, where 11 o'clock was determined by 15.94 percent of the election board. This is followed by # 134 the city of Velenje, where the vote was "15.84 percent" of the election administration. In Copper, the share was 15.67%, while in Maribor it was 14.06%.
Low participation in Ljubljana
At 12 o'clock they had the lowest participation in only 5.7% of the voting rights (63 of 1105 people). 8.74 percent of the votes voted in Dobje, and low participation was also in Komenda, where it was until '11. Hours voted 9.48 percent of voters and Ra-e-Fram House, where the votes voted with 10.65 percent of the population.
Among the city's cities was the lowest in Ljubljana, where only 11.9 hours took place at 10.92%. Relatively few voters went to Kragujevac until 11.00 (11.61 percent) at the time of the competition.
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At 11 o'clock, 15.29% of the voting recipients or 259,435 people have cast votes, according to involuntary information from the state electoral commission.
The highest participation by 11 o'clock was recorded in Osilnica, where 29.91% of the population voted (105 out of 351 elected voters). Followed by Trinity Council in Slovenian Gorice (29.76 percent), Jezersko (29.29 percent) and Solčava (29.28 percent).
Among the municipalities was the highest in Nova Gorica, where 11 o'clock was determined by 15.94% of the eligible recipients. This is followed by the municipality of Velenje, where 15.84% of the voting voices voted. In Copper, participation was 15.67% and in Maribor 14.06%.
Low participation in Ljubljana
They had the lowest participation by 11:00 at Žetale, where only 5.7 percent of the voting recipients (63 of 1105 people) voted. 8.74 percent of the votes voted in Dobje, and a low dividend was also held in Komenda, at 9 o'clock, 9.48 percent of the votes and Rače-Fram municipality, where 10.65 percent voted, voted.
Among the municipalities was the lowest participation in Ljubljana, where participation was only 10.92 percent at 11.00. Relatively few voters went to the polls until 11 in Kranj (11.61 percent).
"It's always good," if the game is a bit tight. If they are determined, they fall asleep "
Premier and CEO of LM & # 352; Marjan & # 352; arec, who gave his voice in the local elections in March at Kamnik, expresses the hope that they will achieve a result at the party as they wish. Local elections are paramount, he said. What happens in the local community is for people najboThis is important because it directly affects the results of the work, he explained.
& # 34; We did some pages, but we did not start too much because it is necessary to go gradually, & # 34; He said after voting. Everyone will be happy leaveha wherever they reach it
Asked by journalists, or in this choice, that he "had a surprise," he said he did not treat it. & # 34; Stay as it will be. The voters decide on themselves, & # 34; he said. Otherwise, according to him, it is always good if the candidates are more aware. It's always good if the game is a bit tense, so maybe it's more than that. selectors, & # 34; he thought. If everything is decided, it falls asleep and it does not matter, but for democracy it's not good, & # 34; he remembered.
The day will work. "A week ago, I gathered some work I could not do because we talked a lot about the budget, & # 34; & # 34; he explained. The Union will go to LM & # 352; valfliken; in Kamnik, where the results of the election are held.
& # 381; idan: Local elections are at least as important as the state elections
For the President of the National Assembly Dejan & # 381; idana, who cast his voice in Murska Sobota at local elections, local elections are at least as important as the National Assembly. "You are a good response from the voters, because in his words we will prove that we are active citizens in the election."
As he said & # 381; idan, locals & # 392; em, in it & # 353; in childhoodThey enter rotatingc olo see gameher, they have a doctor, we take care of her safety and cultural life, good and bad hope, and good saints and saints allow us to do this, # 382 we live better.
The difference between the state and local governments says that in the latter "the more people can vote for people." "Here we see concrete" wizards ", so they come to a client who works on the ground, where they also have a moon. However, as the National Assembly President, I consider that participation in the election also indicates the confidence of people in local communities, in the state and in EU. & # 34;;
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"It's always good if the game is a bit tight. If everything is decided, they fall asleep"
Premier and President LMŠ Marjan Šarec, who voted in the vote at the vallokal in Šmarje Pri Kamniku, expressed the hope that the party will achieve such a result as they wish. Local elections are paramount, he said. What is happening in the local community is the most important thing for the citizens, because they directly know the results of the work, he explained.
"We have drawn a few sheets, but we did not start too much because it is necessary to go gradually" He said after voting. They will be happy when they reach it.
On the question of journalists, or expecting a surprise in this election, he said he did not treat this. "Comes, which will be. The voters decide in themselves" he said. In his words, it is always good if there are more candidates. "It's always good if the game is a bit tight, so there may be more voters" he thought. "If everything is decided, they fall asleep and participation is lower, which is not good for democracy" he remembered.
Today he will spend working. "In a week I got some work I could not do because we talked a lot about the budget" he explained. In the evening he leads to the LMŠ election staff in Kamnik, where he waits for the election results.
Jidan: Local elections are at least as important as the National Assembly
For the President of the National Assembly Dejan Židana, who cast his voice in Murska Sobota at local elections, local elections are at least as important as the National Assembly. Židan wants a good response from the voters, because he says that by participating in the election we show that we are active citizens.
Like Židan, we live in the local community, where our children go to kindergarten, school, play, have a doctor, take care of their security and cultural life, good mayor and mayor, and good saints and saints allow us to live better.
The difference between the National Assembly and the local Jidan says that in the latter case it can become increasingly clear that people vote for people. "Here we think of concrete mayors, saints, so they come more to the parties' point, who are constantly working on the ground, where they also have a strong network. As President of the National Assembly, I also believe that participation in the election also points to the confidence of people in local communities , both in the country and in the EU. "
In Slovenia, 3202 constituencies will be held in this year's local elections, with nearly 20,000 members and members of the constituency participating. There are 588 candidates and 100 candidates for 212 booths. Meanwhile, the Saints want to capture 22,313 people. The space is only 3400 of them.
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As regards the candidates' complaints about irregularities, he said it is very difficult to talk about people who have the courage to stand in the election.
In addition, it is very difficult to ask us what to do to make significant improvements or to participate in close European elections. Since there are cases of judgments for actions in the election, we should not, however, prefer to adopt ethical code on how the people of Parliament work and how they are performed.
At 11 o'clock there are 64 reports of alleged violations of optional silence
The Ministry of the Interior's hourly service is at 11.00 today received 64 notifications of alleged violations of any silence that lasted Friday evening and lasted until 19:00. Of these, 36 are treated, the largest is "related to posts on dru & # 382;based networks with uploaded flyers and material in home boxes.
For 28 reports, it was immediately found that it was not about silence or referring to questions that were ongoing, she said Irena Likar from the Ministry of the Interior.
On Saturday until 1900 hours there were 38 entries, of which 22 were treated. Then, today At 7 o'clock in the morning, they received 50, of which 29 were taken into account, Likarjeva said.
In the first round of the 2014 elections, 209 notifications were made of alleged violations of optional silence, that is, on Saturday and Sunday.
In 212 Slovenian municipalities today new leadership choices In about 3200 voters, more than 1.7 million voting rights will be able to tell new and experienced members. Elections will also take place in places where local parts, arenas and communities are established, in municipalities with established parts.
They will be open on Sundays from 07:00 to 19:00. By closing like it & # 353; & # 269; An optional silence is also in force prohibiting any activity that would indicate voters in the vote for one of the candidates or the package leaflet. For the choice of optional silence, a fine of 700 to 3,000 euros is given to the organizers of the election campaign, from 150 to 600 euros for the responsible person in the organizer of the election campaign and from 150 to 400 euros for the individual.
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As for the accusations of the candidates for irregularities, he said that these are very difficult words about people who have the courage to be exposed to the election.
In addition, according to the Jew, there is a very difficult question about what to do to significantly improve participation in the forthcoming elections to the European Parliament. Since the election has argued that even those convicted of the actions we probably do not want to be, they want to adopt in particular an ethical code of conduct for the functioning and behavior of Parliament.
At 11 o'clock there are 64 complaints about alleged violations of optional silence
The Ministry of the Interior's emergency department received 64 notifications of alleged violations of optional silence by 11 o'clock today, which began Friday at midnight and ends until 19:00. Of these, 36 are concerned, most related to social networking, advertising on brochures for used cars and material in mailboxes.
For 28 reports, it was immediately found that there was no breach of the silence of the roll or about issues that were already being addressed, she said Irena Likar from the Ministry of the Interior.
On Saturday until noon. At 19.00, 38 violations were reported, 22 of which were treated. Then they received another 50 at 7 o'clock, 29 of whom were taken to the hearing, Likarjeva said.
In the first round of the 2014 elections there were 209 notifications of alleged violations of optional silence, that is, on Saturday and Sunday.
New leaders are now selected in 212 Slovenian municipalities. Approximately 1.7 million eligible voters will vote for new mayors and municipal councils in about 3200 polling stations. Municipalities, which have narrower parts established, will also hold elections to holy local, urban and quarterly communities.
The surveys will be open on Sunday from 7:00 to 7:00. The closure of the polling stations also includes an optional silence where any activity is prohibited, which would indicate voters in the vote for one of the candidates or the magazine. In violation of the option, a fine of 700 to 3,000 euros will be offered to the organizers of the election campaign, from 150 to 600 euros for the responsible person in the organizer of the election campaign and from 150 to 400 euros per individual.