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Political Analyst: Math and Analyses Say Opposition Will Win Belgrade

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News / Politics | 27.11.23 | access_time 12:28

Djordje Vukadinović/Beta/Miloš Miškov

Djordje Vukadinovic, the editor in chief of the Nova Politicka Misao quarterly and website, said on Nov. 26 that both mathematical and political analyses indicate that the opposition will win the Dec. 17 local Belgrade elections.

In an evening guest appearance on Nova S TV, Vukadinovic stated that the ruling coalition between the Progressive Party of Serbia and the Socialist Party of Serbia cannot garner more than 40 percent of votes in the capital. “If everyone who declares themselves opposition and states that they vote for the opposition actually comes out and votes for the opposition,” he said, then the elections are already “mathematically and analytically determined.”

The analyst called on the public to go to the polls and not rely on forecasts of “positive outcomes” in the upcoming elections.
 

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