Finally, while this is not a comment on voter registration as such, it may be added that the practical accessibility of out-of-country voting facilities has been very different according to the type of voter involved. The large number of Croatian citizens (mainly ethnic Croats) in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) have good access to out-of-country voting sites in a variety of facilities, while those in Serbia and Montenegro (mainly ethnic Serbs) have had limited access since sites were established only in cities with Croatian diplomatic or consular facilities (Other Croatian citizens abroad, including in the diaspora, have differing access to diplomatic and consular offices, depending on the countries where they reside).
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