Projections based on new results give SNS 7 more seats

The projection of the distribution of parliament seats has now changed, with the latest results leaving the DSS-Dveri coalition below the 5-percent threshold.

Source: B92
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The Electoral Commission (RIK) announced in the night between Thursday and Friday that this coalition won 4.99 percent in the April 24 snap parliamentary ballot.

This result is based on 99.82 percent of all polling stations. Considering that voting will be repeated at 15 polling stations, the DSS-Dveri coalition could still receive seats in Serbia's new National Assembly.

Beside the six coalitions and parties that had to cross the 5-percent threshold, five minority electoral lists will be represented as well. The distribution of seats is now as follows:

SNS 138

SP -JS 31

SRS 23

DJB 17

DS 17

SDS-LDP-LSV 14

SVM 4

BDZ 2

SDA 2

Zeleni 1

PZDD 1

Previous projections gave the SNS 131 mandates, followed by SPS (30), SRS (21), DJB and DS (16 each), SDS-LDP-LSV and DSS-Dveri (13 each).

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