Slobodan Markovic on 28 Sep 2000 09:01:44 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] Another election fraud emerging

> On Sept. 26 the State Election Commission in Yugoslavia announced
> the results of the Sept. 24 elections. The candidate backed by the
> U.S. government and the European Union, Vojislav Kostunica, received
> 48 percent of the vote to President Slobodan Milosevicís 40 percent.
> Since neither candidate received more than 50 percent, a run-off
> election has been set for Oct. 8.

    This is a false information! Serbian Democratic Opposition,
    Serbian Renewal Movement and even Serbian Radical Party
    (which was one of Milosevic's coalition partners) said that
    Vojislav Kostunica got more than 53% of all votes, while
    Milosevic got barely 35%.

    Milosevic was heavily beaten in almost all parts of Serbia,
    except maybe on Kosovo and Montenegro. Even police and army
    forces voted for the opposition candidate.

    I was an election monitor on these elections and I can speak
    only for myself: on my election place Kostunica beat Milosevic
    with 444 to 152. After the vote counting was over, all party
    officials and monitors made a signed report about the results
    in six copies. Every party has one copy of all reports from
    each of more than 10.000 voting places in Serbia and any
    election fraud can be easily proved... if anyone cares to
    listen...  :-)

    We will see what happens next...

                  Slobodan Markovic (twiddle@eunet.yu)
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