Slightly more than 3.8 million Croatian citizens are eligible to vote at Sunday's poll and elect Croatia's 12 members of European Parliament to five year mandates.
There are two days left to the elections for European Parliament in Croatia. At midnight on Friday a moratorium on campaigning takes effect that will last until 7PM on Sunday when voting stations will be closed.
Speaking for Croatian Radio today, the president of the State Election Commission Ana Lovrin noted that harsh fines are foreseen for those who violate the moratorium.
"For citizens the fines are up to 3 thousand Kuna. For candidates who breach the moratorium they are from 10 to 30 thousand Kuna, and for legal persons they are from 100 to 500 thousand Kuna," Lovrin said.
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