SEC: Referendum to Cost 2.7 Million Euros, No Bonuses for SEC Members

The State Electoral Commission (SEC) revealed that the referendum on the Macedonia-Greece Name Issue Agreement would cost the country 2.7 million euros. “SEC is obliged to adopt the financial plan and its first draft sets the total sum of the referendum expenditures at 2.7 million euros, cutting for 20 % the funds approved by the Parliament for the upcoming plebiscite,” SEC President Oliver Derkovski told reporters on Tuesday. Today (SEC) also extended by 10 August the timeline for submitting media promotion price lists for the referendum, and abolished the regulation for financial bonuses for its members during referendum or other types of election.

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