Elections in Serbia

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Serbia elects a legislature and a president on a national level. The National Assembly of Serbia (Narodna skupština Republike Srbije) has 250 members elected for a four-year term. Serbia has a multi-party system, with numerous parties in which no one party often has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments. A party must receive at least 5% of the votes in the entire country to qualify for any seats, except for national minorities' parties, who only have to reach 0.4%.

Results

Presidential elections

e • d Summary of the 6 May and 20 May 2012 Serbian presidential election results
Candidates Nominating parties 1st round 2nd round
Votes  % Votes  %
Tomislav Nikolić Serbian Progressive Party 979,216 25.05% 1,552,0631 49.54%
Boris Tadić Choice for a Better Life 989,454 25.31% 1,481,9521 47.31%
Ivica Dačić Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), Party of United Pensioners of Serbia (PUPS), United Serbia (JS) 556,013 14.23%
Vojislav Koštunica Democratic Party of Serbia 290,861 7.44%
Zoran Stanković United Regions of Serbia 257,054 6.58%
Čedomir Jovanović U-Turn coalition 196,668 5.03%
Jadranka Šešelj Serbian Radical Party 147,793 3.78%
Vladan Glišić independent (Civic Group Dveri) 108,303 2.77%
István Pásztor Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 63,420 1.62%
Zoran Dragišić independent (Civic Group Movement of Workers and Peasants of Serbia) 60,116 1.54%
Muamer Zukorlić Independent 54,492 1.39%
Danica Grujičić Social Democratic Alliance 30,602 0.78%
Registered voters 7,026,579 6,771,479
Total turnout 3,911,136 57.77% 3,132,679 46.26%
Valid 3,736,476 95.53% 3,034,015 96.85%
Invalid 174,660 4.47% 98,664 3.15%


Parliamentary elections

e • d Summary of the 6 May 2012 National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia election results
Electoral list
Votes
 %
Seats
+/–
Let's Get Serbia MovingTomislav Nikolić 940,659 24.05 73 Increase 73
Choice for a Better LifeBoris Tadić 863,294 22.07 67 Decrease 4
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), Party of United Pensioners of Serbia (PUPS), United Serbia (US) 567,689 14.51 44 Increase 24
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 273,532 7.00 21 Steady 0
TurnoverČedomir Jovanović 255,546 6.53 19 Increase 3
United Regions of SerbiaMlađan Dinkić 215,666 5.51 16 Decrease 5
Serbian Radical Party – Dr Vojislav Šešelj 180,558 4.62 Decrease 77
Dveri for the Life of Serbia 169,590 4.34
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIstván Pásztor 68,323 1.75 5 Increase 1
Movement of Workers and Peasants 57,199 1.46
Communist PartyJosip Broz 28,977 0.74
Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak – Dr Sulejman Ugljanin 27,708 0.69 2 Increase 2
All Together – BDU, CAH, DUC, DFVH and Slovak Party – Emir Elfić 24,993 0.63 1 Increase 1
None of the Above 22,905 0.59 1 Increase 1
Social Democratic AllianceNebojša Leković 16,572 0.42
Albanian Coalition from Preševo Valley 13,384 0.30 1 Steady 0
Reformist Party – Prof Dr Milan Višnjić 8,867 0.22
Montenegrin PartyNenad Stevović 3,855 0.10
Invalid 171,819 4.39  
Total turnout (57.77%, -3.56% or 3,911,136 out of 6,770,013) 3,911,136 100.00 250

Vojvodina parliamentary elections

Constitutional referendum

Past elections

References

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