12 parties and coalitions to be represented in new Assembly

The Republic Electoral Commission (RIK) announced the final results of the snap parliamentary elections on Thursday evening.

Source: B92, Tanjug
RIK officials announce final results (Tanjug)
RIK officials announce final results (Tanjug)

The Serbian Progressive Party (SNS)-led list won the highest number of votes - 1,823,147 (48.25 percent) or 131 seats in the national parliament.

The Republic Electoral Commission (RIK) announced the final results of the snap parliamentary elections on Thursday evening.

The Serbian Progressive Party (SNS)-led list won the highest number of votes - 1,823,147 (48.25 percent) or 131 seats.

Eleven more lists have won seats in the National Assembly.

The Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS)-United Serbia (JS) gained 413,770 votes (10.95 percent) or 29 seats, the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) - 306,052 (8.10 percent) or 22 seats, the Enough is Enough Movement list -227,626 votes (6.02 percent) or 16 seats, and the Democratic Party (DS) - 227,589 votes (6.02 percent) or 16 seats.

The Dveri-Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) obtained 190,530 votes (5.04 percent) or 13 seats, and the Social Democratic Party (SDS)-Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)-League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV)- 189,564 votes (5.02 percent) or 13 seats.

The Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians (SVM) got 56,620 votes (1.50 percent) or four seats, the Bosniak Democratic Community of Sandzak -32,526 votes (0.86 percent) or two seats, and the Party of Democratic Action of Sandzak - 30,092 votes (0.80 percent) or two seats.

The Green Party secured the support from 23,890 citizens (0.63 percent) or one seat, and the Party for Democratic Action from 16,262 citizens (0.43 percent) or one seat.

Early parliamentary elections were held in Serbia on April 24, and repeated in 15 polling stations on May 4. The turnout was 56.07 percent - 3,778,923 out of 6,739,441 citizens registered to vote cast their ballots. 2.86 percent of the cast ballot papers were not valid.

The new National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia must be formed within the next 30 days, paving the way for a new government to be elected.

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