Turkish citizens living in Western Balkan countries Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro started voting for the second round of the 28 May Presidential Election in Turkey.
Voting began at 08:00 local time at the ballot boxes set up in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Turkish Embassy in Sarajevo and the Consulates General in Mostar and Banja Luka.
While there were 2,946 voters across Bosnia and Herzegovina, 50% turnout was achieved in the first round of the election.
Voting in Bosnia and Herzegovina will end tomorrow evening at 22:00 local time.
In Montenegro, one of the countries of the region, voting procedures started at 08:00 local time in the second round of the 28 May Presidential Elections.
Citizens will be able to cast their votes at the ballot boxes set up at the Turkish Embassy in Podgorica until 22.00 local time tomorrow evening.
– Foreign votes will arrive in Ankara under high security
After the end of the voting process abroad, the votes will be brought to Turkey by diplomatic couriers under high security using the methods determined by the Supreme Election Board (YSK).
These votes will be stored in the secure area at Ankara ATO Congresium Fair Center by the Presidency of the Overseas District Election Board.
In Turkey, on Sunday, May 28, at 17.00, after the completion of the voting process, it will be opened together with the other ballot boxes. Counting and casting of votes will be done under the supervision of the Presidency of the Overseas District Election Board.
Source: Haber 1