Voters in Yugoslav Republic Go to Polls

United Press International

Voters in Bosnia-Hercegovina cast ballots Sunday in the final round of multi-party elections that have already given nationalist parties control of the central Yugoslav republic’s collective presidency and the most seats in the assembly.

At stake are 54 seats in the Chamber of Municipalities, one of the republic’s two legislative houses.

Officials, who reported low turnouts, said initial results are not expected until today.