SNS under 49%; six more lists cross threshold - RIK
The Republic Electoral Commission (RIK) announced on Monday morning that the Progressives (SNS) had won 48.25 percent of the votes cast on Sunday.Source: B92, Beta, Tanjug
The commission said these results were based on "more than 97 percent" of counted ballots.
Based on this, the SPS-JS coalition received 11.01 percent, while the Radicals (SRS) have 8.05 percent.
The five-percent threshold has also been crossed by the coalition led by the Democrats (DS), who have 6.05 percent, the Enough is Enough Movement (DJB) with 5.99 percent, the SDS-LDP-LSV coalition with 5.03 percent, and the DSS-Dveri with 5 percent.
These parties and coalitions will have representatives in parliament, while all others are below the threshold and will not win any seats, according to these current results.
CeSID said on Monday that the turnout was 56.40 percent, or 3,799,022 out of 6,739,441 eligible voters.
Early parliamentary elections were held on Sunday in Serbia, along with local, and elections for the Vojvodina Provincial Assembly.
8,378 polling stations - 29 of which in prisons, 90 in Kosovo, and 38 abroad - opened at 07:00 CET and closed at 20:00 CET, with 6,739,441 citizens eligible to vote.
3,270 candidates on 20 electoral lists, six of which representing minorities, were competing to win one of 250 seats in Serbia's National Assembly. 1,687 domestic and 196 foreign observers were monitoring the voting today.
Serbians were also casting their ballots in 17 Belgrade municipalities, and 138 other municipalities and 25 cities across the country.
Elections were not held today for the City Assembly in Belgrade, nor for that in Zajecar. Municipalities of Arandjelovac, Bor, Vrbas, Kovin, Kosjeric, Lucani, Majdanpek, Medvedja, Mionica, Negotin, Odzaci and Pecinci were also not going to the polls as they held elections on various dates from 2013 until 2015.
15 electoral lists were competing for 150 seats in the Vojvodina Provincial Assembly.
These were the 20 electoral lists in the early parliamentary election, in order in which they appeared on the ballot papers:
- ALEKSANDAR VUCIC – SERBIA IS WINNING 250 candidates
- FOR A JUST SERBIA – DEMOCRATIC PARTY (NOVA, DSHV, ZZS) 246 candidates
- IVICA DACIC – “Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS) – Dragan Markovic Palma” 250 candidates
- Dr VOJISLAV SESELJ - SERBIAN RADICAL PARTY 250 candidates
- DVERI – DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF SERBIA – SANDA RASKOVIC IVIC - BOSKO OBRADOVIC 240 candidates
- Vajdasagi Magyar Szovetseg - Pasztor Istvan - Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - Istvan Pasztor 250 candidates
- BORIS TADIC, CEDOMIR JOVANOVIC – ALLIANCE FOR A BETTER SERBIA – Liberal Democratic Party, League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Social Democratic Party 250 candidates
- MUAMER ZUKORLIC – BOSNIAK DEMOCRATIC COMMUNITY OF SANDZAK 99 candidates
- SDA Sandzak - Dr Sulejman Ugljanin 29 candidates
- For Free Serbia – ZAVETNICI – Milica Djurdjevic 66 candidates
- Civic Group FOR THE REVIVAL OF SERBIA – PROF. DR SLOBODAN KOMAZEC 186 candidates
- RUSSIAN PARTY – SLOBODAN NIKOLIC 55 candidates
- Republican Party - Republicánus párt – Nikola Sandulovic 131 candidates
- SERBO-RUSSIAN MOVEMENT – SLOBODAN DIMITRIJEVIC 200 candidates
- Borko Stefanovic – Serbia for All of Us 190 candidates
- DIALOGUE – YOUTH WITH A STANCE – STANKO DEBELJAKOVIC 50 candidates
- ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – SASA RADULOVIC 250 candidates
- PARTY OF DEMOCRATIC ACTION – ARDITA SINANI PARTIA PER VEPRIM DEMOKRATIK - ARDITA SINANI 8 candidates
- GREEN PARTY 106 candidates
- IN DEFIANCE – UNITED FOR SERBIA – PEOPLE’S ALLIANCE 164 candidates