ELECTIONS 2020: The latest preliminary results, SNS wins two-thirds of parliament seats

At 11 pm, IPSOS and CeSID released the information about the latest preliminary election results, as follows:

Aleksandar Vučić – Za našu decu62.80%
Ivica Dačić – SPS, JS – Dragan Marković Palma10.80%
Aleksandar Šapić – Pobeda za Srbiju4.20%
Za Kraljevinu Srbiju – Žika Gojković2.70%
SUVERENISTI2.60%
METLA 20202.40%
Vajdasági Magyar Szövetség-Pásztor István2.20%
Dr Vojislav Šešelj – SRS2.00%
SERGEJ TRIFUNOVIĆ – POKRET SLOBODNIH GRAĐANA1.80%
Milica Đurđević Stamenkovski – Srpska stranka Zavetnici1.60%
Ujedinjena demokratska Srbija1.00%
Milan Stamatović – Zdravo da pobedi – Dragan Jovanović – Bolja Srbija – Zdrava Srbija0.90%
ALTERNATIVA DEMOKRATIKE SHQIPTARE – LUGINA E BASHKUAR0.90%
Akademik Muamer Zukorlić – Samo pravo – SPP – DPM0.90%
POKRET LEVIJATAN – ŽIVIM ZA SRBIJU0.80%
Grupa građana: 1 od 5 miliona0.70%
SDA Sandžaka – dr Sulejman Ugljanin0.60%
NEK MASKE PADNU – Zelena stranka – Nova stranka0.30%
Čedomir Jovanović – KOALICIJA ZA MIR0.30%
RUSKA STRANKA – SLOBODAN NIKOLIĆ0.20%
NARODNI BLOK – Velimir Ilić – general Momir Stojanović0.20%

Pre-electoral analysis by Biagio Carrano: click here to read it!

SNS to Hold Two-Thirds Mandate in the National Parliament

According to the CESID’s preliminary results following today’s parliamentary elections in Serbia, the Serbian Progressive Party, SNS, won 194 seats out of 250 in parliament, the Serbian Socialist Party-United Serbia, SPS-JS, 33, and Aleksandar Sapic, SPAS, 12 seats.

There are also four minority parties that won parliamentary seats – the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians (SVM), taking nine seats, the Albanian Democratic Alternative, four, Muamer Zukrolic, three, and the Party of Democratic Action of Sandzak (SDA Sandzak), two seats.

Other political parties, that participated in the elections, apart from the aforementioned national minority parties, won no seats in the National Parliament.

These results are based on 87.40% of the processed vote sample.

(B92, 21.06.2020)

https://www.b92.net/info/izbori2020/vesti.php?yyyy=2020&mm=06&dd=21&nav_id=1698361

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