PDP President Branislav Borenović announced that, based on 72.3 percent of the votes counted, Jelena Trivić won 263,560 votes or 51.2 percent, and her opponent Milorad Dodik from SNSD won 225,265 votes or 48.7 percent.
He stated that the difference in favor of Jelena Trivić is unattainable.
The opposition’s candidate for the Serbian member of the BiH Presidency, Mirko Šarović, admitted his defeat to the candidate of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD), Željka Cvijanović.
He said that based on 49 percent of the votes, Cvijanović won an advantage of 50,000 votes, which, as he stated, is unattainable.
SNSD spokesman Radovan Kovačević stated that, according to data from 64 percent of polling stations, Željka Cvijanović won 200,000 votes or 58 percent, while Šarović won 130,000 votes or 38 percent.
Denis Bećirović, a candidate of the united opposition for a member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina from among the Bosniak people, officially announced his victory over Bakir Izetbegović (SDA), saying that from now on all people in Bosnia and Herzegovina must unite.
When it comes to the race for the member of the BiH Presidency from the Croatian people, Željko Komšić from the Democratic Front (DF) has a convincing advantage with 147,862 votes won so far, compared to his opponent Borjana Krišto from HDZ BiH with 64,400 votes.