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Voting during the pandemic: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina

February 26, 2021 | by: Danira Karović

Point Talks would like to invite you to participate in the new live panel discussion dedicated to the Local elections in BiH held in November and December (elections in the City of Mostar) last year. This panel is planned for Thursday, March 4th at 3 PM.

Panelists in this event will discuss various issues, such as the impact of the pandemic on the elections, disinformation during the pre-election period, civil society initiative, election results, campaigning. Using technology in the election process will also be part of the discussion.

This discussion will gather representative of the Central election committee in BiH Irena Hadžiabdić, representative of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) Lisa Reppell, and also representatives of CSO engaged in monitoring the election process in BiH: Ivana Korajlić from Transparency international in BiH, Dario Jovanović from the Coalition Pod Lupom; Danira Karović from Truth-o-meter ( (Glasometar), and Openness Index (Indeks otvorenosti). The panel discussion will be moderated by Emir Zulejhić, editor of fact checking platform

To follow this panel discussion via Zoom please register HERE.

You will be able to follow this session also through Point Talks platform (HERE), and via FB live stream on pointconference page.

Participants can check-in on FB event, and they will get a notification before the live event starts.

After a year of the pandemic in which we, unfortunately, could not have the conference in the traditional way, POINT is coming back in 2021 in a new online format – “POINT Talks”. We want to ensure that the POINT initiative continues to live and grow until all the conditions are met to organize the live POINT Conference. During previous editions of the POINT conference, electoral processes and elections in many countries have been the focus of numerous presentations and panel discussions, so we decided to make this topic the first topic of the month at POINT Talks.