Serbian national broadcaster RTS reports today that although it was officially stated there were no traces of poison in the blood of the Central Election Commission members who were in touch with election envelops from central Serbia, Kosovo prosecution announced it would continue investigation of this case abroad.
Representative of the Kosovo prosecution Artan Grantoli said the samples were already sent for examination to the laboratory outside Kosovo. He did not specify where it was, adding the public would be informed about the results.
RTS recalled that due to alleged poisoning of the Albanian members of the Central Election Commission approximately 3.500 ballots from central Serbia are not counted yet.
The Central Election Commission also stated earlier today that due to different manipulations of the political parties’ members at the polling stations it was decided to repeat the counting of votes at 530 polling stations.
Coordinator of the Counting and Results Center Burim Ahmetaj said there were cases where a candidate for MP had more votes than the total number of the voters in a particular polling station, adding this was the case at 89 stations. He also said there were cases where there were more ballots than it was stated in the election results templates.