The Ministry of Interior reported that there were no serious violations of public order and peace at today’s voting in the second round of the local elections.

MOI spokesman Toni Angelovski said at a press conference that three cases of photographing ballots were reported, and appealed that the ballots should not be photographed as it is a violation of the law and sanctions will follow.

He reported a disturbance of public order and peace in the Municipality of Shuto Orizari, where one person reported that he was attacked by several people. The police, in this case, have detained an individual and are working on clearing the case.

Angelovski also appealed to political parties and their followers to refrain from any incidents, and citizens to report if they notice any irregularities.