Two opposition leaders hold exit polls in Kosovo

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Two opposition parties – the Democratic Union of Kosovo (DSK) and the Self-Determination movement – received 30% of the vote in parliamentary elections held on Sunday in Kosovo, according to the first exit poll data from Klan Kosova.

In third place with 22% of the vote was the Democratic Party of Kosovo.

Extraordinary parliamentary elections of the self-proclaimed republic were held on Sunday, voting was conducted at 2 thousand 547 polling stations.

The CEC registered 1 million 938 thousand voters. Moreover, from September 19 to October 5, voting by mail was allowed, 35 thousand Kosovars abroad could use this right.

Four coalitions, 20 political parties and one independent candidate from the Bosniak (Slavic-Muslim) minority claim for 120 seats in the Kosovo “legislative assembly”.


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