Serbia Abolishes State of Emergency, Elections on June 21 | Beta Briefing

Serbia Abolishes State of Emergency, Elections on June 21

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Archive / Analysis | 06.05.20 | access_time 21:51


General and local elections in Serbia will be held on June 21, 2020, read a statement on May 5 issued after a meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and representatives of the parties that have decided to take part in the elections. At a May 6 session, the Serbian parliament abolished the decision on declaring a state of emergency, thereby creating formal conditions for the resumption of the election process and campaign. The election process kicked off on March 4, when the elections were officially called, and was suspended on March 15 after Vucic, Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic, without a parliament session, took a decision to declare a state of emergency.

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