Slightly fewer than 35,000 Croatian citizens residing in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina have registered for voting in Croatia's early parliamentary election, the Croatian Embassy in Sarajevo told Hina on Friday.
A total of 34,848 people registered for the vote by the statutory deadline of August 31. They will vote in Constituency 11, designed for the Croatian diaspora.
Most of the voters - 21,000 - registered in the area covered by the Croatian Consulate General in Mostar; 5,900 registered in Sarajevo, 4,700 in Tuzla and 2,538 in Banja Luka.
Voting will take place on September 10 and 11 at 34 polling stations: 20 in Mostar, eight in Sarajevo, four in Tuzla and two in Banja Luka.