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Glasometar (Vote-o-meter) in Banja Luka

images (7)After successful start to the campaign Razglasaj 2010 and its Glasometar (Vote-o-meter) component, representatives of the campaign started street actions for those in the general public who do not use the internet to take part in Glasometar application in order to see what political party is the closest to their voter preferences. After a three-day action in Sarajevo in front of the Cathedral, Glasometar visited Banja Luka.

Members of UG Zašto ne stated “since around 37% of the population BiH uses the internet, UG Zašto ne in cooperation with its partners will organize a tour of larger population centers in BiH where the public will have the opportunity to familiarize itself with the campaign and test their political preferences via Glasometar application” Citizens of Sarajevo had a three day opportunity to introduce themselves with Glasometar, and the tour is continuing on 13th and 14th june in Banja Luka, 15th june in Tuzla, 16th in Mostar, 18th in Stolac, 19th  in Zenica 24th in Konjic, 25th in Žepče and 28th of june in Travnik.

Glasometar for the first time in BiH offers the public a simple way of testing their political preferences by answering a questionnaire, short version (30 questions) or long version 48 (questions). The application was created by political parties answering the same questionnaires in order to compare individual political preferences with those of political parties. The Razglasaj 2010 campaign enables the public to via the gain information related to elections, participating parties and other actors of the election process. (