Đorđe Vuković, representative of the CeSID elections monitoring center, has rejected the claims of some political parties that the first round of the presidential elections held on the 6th of May were unfair, because as he said the voting results were carefully recorded.
Vuković also added that the rumors according to which ballot papers were found in a bag, are nonsense and it could not have affect the outcome of that elections because the votes were counted at the each polling office, and the records were verified by the representative of each party. " It is possible that someone obtained a certain amount of election materials somehow, but that rumors that these will affect the electoral process and the results are simply not possible," said Vuković. The representative of the CeSID said that at the election night the center compared it’s results with the results of the Serbian Progressive Party and other parties as well, and only minor differences were found. Vuković said that right after the election no one was talking about an election fraud.
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