Polls open across Serbia
Polls opened at 7:00 CET across Serbia in the runoff elections on Sunday.Izvor: Tanjug
Voters will choose a new head of state and the residents of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina will also vote for the second half of a total of 120 MPs in the new provincial assembly.
The citizens will choose between Boris Tadić, presidential candidate of the Democratic Party (DS)-led coalition and and Tomislav Nikolić, presidential candidate of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS)-led coalition.
The first one on the ballot is Tadić, who in the first round won 25.31 percent (989,454 votes), and the second is Nikolić, who won 25.05 percent (979,236 votes).
A total of 6,770,013 registered voters will be able to vote at 8,390 polling stations in the country and abroad until 20:00 CET on Sunday when the polls will close.
Serbian citizens living in 22 countries can vote at 38 polling stations, while those living in the U.S., Canada and Great Britain already voted on Saturday.
Serbian citizens in Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Italy, the Republic of South Africa, Cyprus, Libya, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Germany, Slovenia, France, the Netherlands, Croatia, Montenegro, the Czech Republic and Switzerland will vote between 7:00 and 20:00 local time on Sunday.