Here are candidates for Belgrade election from Vladeta Jankovic’s and SRS’ ballot

The ballots for the Belgrade elections of the Serbian Radical Party (Srpska radikalna stranka), Zavetnik and the opposition’s United for Victory (Ujedinjeni za pobedu), led by Vladeta Janković, a candidate for Belgrade mayor, have been announced.

Here are the names of some of the candidates for the Belgrade elections.

Vladeta Janković is the No 1 candidate on the ballot, followed by Professor Vladimir Obradović (SSP), economist Vesna Petković (DS), as well as historian Mila Popović (SSP).

Another name on the list is the actor Tihomir Stanić (who will be in charge of culture in the future Belgrade government), former water polo player Danilo Ikodinović (sports), psychologist Žarko Trebješanin (education), while a professor at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences (FON) Vladimir Obradović will be in charge of management, projects and investments in the future Belgrade government, providing that United for Victory’s ballot wins.

Nurse Marina Lipovac Tanasković (from the Democratic Party – DS) is in 8th place on the list, as are lawyers Milos Pavlović (5th), Ana Godjevac (11th place), Uroš Tesmanović (12th place). The list also includes political scientists Nina Stojaković (20th place) and Tanja Cakić (21st place), in 27th place clinical psychology specialist Nina Umićević and entrepreneur Ivan Nenadović. The list of 110 candidates includes engineers, economists, translators and landscape architecture technicians.

As for the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) ballot, the first name on the list is university professor Miljko Ristić, followed by entrepreneur Todor Šljivar, while in 3rd place is Vladimir Šešelj, son of Vojislav Šešelj. The list also includes machinists Mirko Cvejić and Zoran Graovac (7th and 8th places), elementary school teacher Dragiša Stanojević (14th place), retirees Gordana Žabić, Mile Stamenković, Nevena Ranković (15th, 16th and 24th places, respectively), as well as students Djordje Sedlan (58th place) and Vojin Ristić (91st place). The list furthermore includes drivers, employees, security officers, shopkeepers, restaurateurs and psychologists.

(N1, 20.02.2022)

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