14 electoral lists submitted for Belgrade election

The deadline for submission of electoral lists for the June 2 Belgrade local elections expired at midnight on Sunday, by which time a total of 14 lists were submitted to the City Election Commission (GIK).

The GIK said that three of the lists were submitted just before the expiry of the deadline, by the We the Voice of the People group of citizens, the Go-Change movement led by Savo Manojlovic, and the Enough is Enough party. If confirmed, the third list will run in the elections under the name “Sasa Radulovic – Enough is Enough (DJB) – Solution for Change.”

Electoral lists were also submitted on Sunday by the Strength coalition of minority parties, the Union of Serbian Roma and by another national minority part – the Justice and Reconciliation Party.

The City Election Commission earlier approved eights electoral list in the run for seats at the Belgrade Assembly. These include the list of the coalition assembled around the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) named “Aleksandar Vucic – Belgrade Tomorrow,” the “Russian Party – Serbians and Russians brothers forever,” list and the “Dad This is For You – Petar Djuric” list submitted by a group of citizens.

The approved lists of candidates also include the “Group of Citizens – for a Green Belgrade – When if Not Now – Dr Dejan Zujovic” list, and the list “1 of 5 million – Belgrade Front – Rhythm of the City, Dusan Teodosijevic, Mayor.”

The We Choose Belgrade coalition also submitted its list of candidates. This coalition comprises parties and movements of former Serbia Against Violence that have decided against boycotting the elections: the People’s Movement of Serbia, the Green-Left Front/ Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own, the Democratic Party (DS), the Movement of Free Citizens (PSG), Environmental Uprising and the New Face of Serbia.

The electoral list “We the Strength of the People – Prof. Dr Branimir Nestorovic,” was submitted by a group of citizens of the same name, while the “People’s List – Key to Victory” was submitted by the People’s Party, New Serbia and the I Live for Serbia movement.

(Kurir, 13.05.2024)


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