Parliamentary and Local Elections in Serbia: Triumph of Vucic and Serbian Progressive Party | Beta Briefing

Parliamentary and Local Elections in Serbia: Triumph of Vucic and Serbian Progressive Party

Source: Beta
Analysis / Analysis | 24.06.20 | access_time 16:55

Aleksandar Vucic

The ruling Serbian Progressive Party won 60 percent of votes in the June 21 elections and will have more than two thirds of seats in the future Serbian parliament. Its hitherto coalition partner, the Socialist Party of Serbia, will also be in the parliament, having won close to 11 percent of votes, as will the Serbian Patriotic Alliance, led by head of Belgrade’s municipality of New Belgrade Aleksandar Sapic, and several parties representing national minorities. All the other parties failed to win any seats, despite the fact that ahead of the elections the authorities amended the law and lowered the election threshold to three percent.

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