The Family Associations Association reported on Tuesday that it submitted its application to the State Election Commission to observe parliamentary elections 8. November and voiced dissatisfaction with what the media and leading people of political parties say little about the possibility of preferential voting.

They assume that it is because the leaders of large political parties do not respond to their unpopularity.

"One of our main tasks is to prevent the vote of 'ghost voters', therefore we welcome the efforts of the Ministry of Administration that reduced the number of voters in Croatia for 250.000. However, according to Arsene Bauk's statements, we still have about 250.000 'ghost voters', which makes about seven percent more than 3,5 million of adults in Croatia, "said National Press Coordinator of National Watchdog Conference on Dominik Knezovic.

In these elections, the news is a possibility of preferential voting, and the Association is concerned about the fact that the media of the political party have little to say about it. "We assume because the leaders of large political parties do not respond to their unpopularity," Knezovic said. He called on all the parties involved in these elections, and, in particular, said a fraction of the civil society that is heavily financed out of the budget, to speak more about preferential voting and to refer the voters to that possibility.

On behalf of the family she submitted her application to the State Election Commission for observing the parliamentary elections and observers of that association would observe elections at the level of the electoral commissions, municipal and municipal electoral commissions, election commissions of the electoral constituencies and the State Election Commission.

They also prepared a Handbook for Observing Parliamentary Elections 2015. and a short Diaspora Guide that will be published on their website after the DIP announces final election observation guidelines.

Member of the Management Board of the Association On behalf of the family, Natalija Kanački, reminded that the Association had more than 6000 observers on a referendum on marriage, and in the presidential elections more than 800. "Every time we want to do the best and best we can do this role," he said, and invited observers to collaborate and draft a record so that "all voters in both Croatia and beyond Croatia would have the assurance that the elections will pass dignitously and transparently in a democratic environment ".

Kanački noted that there were problems in the presidential elections with the number of polling stations in Diaspora, and reminded that BiH voting could only be accessed in only four cities. For this very reason, she added, the DIP proposed and proposed voting by mail and electronically.