Right to vote in Montenegro have 530.840 citizens, it was said in the Ministry of Internal Affairs MUP.
Compared to presidential elections of April 2013, the number of citizens with a right to vote has increased for 19.435.
MUP published a table with data about changes in the voters lists in general and by local administration, in comparison with data from 2013.
The most voters live in Podgorica – 133.514, Nikšić – 58.979 građana. The least in Šavnik – 1.709.
Golubovci has 11.800 voters, and Tuzi 11.270.
Andrijevica has 4.270 voters, Bar – 37.953, Berane – 23.863, Bijelo Polje – 40.806, Budva – 16.429, Cetinje – 14.498, Danilovgrad – 12.870, Gusinje – 4.574, Herceg Novi – 25.142, Kolašin – 6.733, Kotor – 18.148 and Mojkovac – 7.248.
In Petnjica there are 6.374 voters, Plav – 9.205, Pljevlja – 26.683, Plužine – 2.614, Rožaje – 21.932, Tivat – 11.241, Ulcinj – 19.774 and Žabljak 3.209.
The list was sent to all representative offices of MUP.
„Voters can see the list every working day from 10h to 16h. It can be seen personally, with biometric ID or passport”, they said in MUP.
The voters can ask for a change of data in the list.
„Voters can also see the list directly via www.biraci.me. By entering ID number, voters can see whether they are on the list and where is their voting place”, the statement reads.
The portal allows for request for changing address from the list and updating it with a current one, they said in MUP.
Source: Cafe Del Montenegro