Kosovo’s VV to have over 2 thousand commissioners and 6 thousand observes during election day
On February’s snap parliamentary elections in Kosovo the Self-Determination Movement (VV) will have 2,500 commissioners and 6 thousand observers in each place where voting will be done and where the votes are counted.
Through a post on their Facebook page, VV wrote that foreign observers, the media and all citizens are ready to help, so that no votes are stolen.
Among other things, it is said that VV is the entity that has set the standard of active protection of the vote against any manipulator.
The most prepared activists in all respects will be in charge of vote protection on election day.
"A well-organized and trained body, with 2500 commissioners and 6000 observers, will be in every place where voting is done and the votes are counted. Foreign observers, the media, but also all citizens, this time will be ready to help ensure that no votes are stolen. VETËVENDOSJE! is the entity that has set the standard of active protection of the vote in front of every manipulator," read the statement of the VV.
It is further emphasized that nothing is left to chance, and that February 14 will be a great day of extraordinary victory.
"VV has always been in defense of the free vote, no matter for which subject that vote was. And now, when the difference is expected to be so great, the votes of all citizens will be even safer and more guaranteed. Nothing is left to chance, because it will be a great day of extraordinary victory", reads the statement.