Progressives Without Absolute Majority | Beta Briefing

Progressives Without Absolute Majority

Source: Beta
Analysis / Analysis | 06.04.22 | access_time 20:06


Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, as expected, has scored a convincing win in the first round of the presidential election with 58.5 percent of votes. However, the coalition gathered around Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party has won 42.9 percent of votes in the parliamentary elections and will have 120 out of 250 seats in the parliament, not enough to form a government on its own. The fact that the Progressives have lost a majority in the parliament after eight years will considerably change the dynamics of political processes in the country.

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