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The party of the President of Serbia received 188 seats in Parliament out of 250

The ruling Serbian progressive party (SNS) President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic received 188 seats in Parliament out of 250, according to final data of the electoral Commission.

Vucic previously promised speedy formation of a government.

Party Vucic will get 189 seats in the Parliament out of 250

The Serbian progressive party (SNS) President Aleksandar Vučić received at the last parliamentary elections 60,68% of the vote, which gives it 189 of the 250 seats in Parliament, said the electoral Commission on Friday.

The Republican electoral Commission (RIK) continues counting and the complaints last June 21 elections to the Assembly (Parliament) of Serbia, the representative body of the Autonomous province of Vojvodina and municipal authorities.

The party of the President of Serbia wins parliamentary elections

The ruling Serbian progressive party (SNS) President Aleksandar Vucic has won the parliamentary elections with 61,24% of voter support according with 68% of polling stations, the electoral Commission announced.

The citizens of Serbia in Sunday the elected members of Parliament, the representative body of the Autonomous province of Vojvodina and municipal authorities. The vote, according to the Republican electoral Commission (RIK) has passed without significant violations.

The expert commented on the victory of the Serbian progressive party in the election

Victory in the parliamentary elections the ruling Serbian progressive party due to the credibility of its leader, President Alexander Vucic, says a senior researcher of the Center for European studies, IMEMO RAS Vladimir olenchenko.

According to the preliminary results of the elections, coalition forces, United around the Serbian progressive party (SNS) President Vucic, wins with a score over 60% and gets in Parliament about 190 seats (of 250). The socialist party of Serbia (SPS) foreign Minister Ivica Dacic gets of 10.67%, the unit heads of the municipality of Novi Beograd Alexander Epica – 2,17%.

The party won the elections Vučić in the Serbian Parliament

The Serbian progressive party (SNS) President Aleksandar Vucic wins elections in Assembly (Parliament) with 63.4 per cent support, according to exit poll "Center for free elections and democracy" (CeSID).

The citizens of Serbia on Sunday elected deputies in the Parliament, the representative body of the Autonomous province of Vojvodina and municipal authorities. Had 6 584 376 (6.5 million) of citizens who voted at 8.4 thousand sites, 90 sites were in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, and 42 abroad. The electoral Commission has registered 3.3 thousand local and 111 foreign observers, including representatives of the OSCE ODIHR.

In the Serbian Parliament after the elections held three parties

In the Parliament of Serbia according to the results of Sunday's election are three parties, according to the exit poll "Center for free elections and democracy" (CeSID).

The citizens of Serbia in Sunday the elected members of Parliament, the representative body of the Autonomous province of Vojvodina and municipal authorities. Had 6.5 million citizens of Serbia who voted at 8.4 thousand sites, 90 sites were in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, and 42 abroad. The electoral Commission has registered 3.3 thousand local and 111 foreign observers, including representatives of the OSCE ODIHR.

The Serbian electoral Commission has published the first data on the elections

The Serbian progressive party (SNS) President Aleksandar Vucic wins elections in Assembly (Parliament) of the country with a 63,35%, according to the electoral Commission.

The citizens of Serbia in Sunday the elected members of Parliament, the representative body of the Autonomous province of Vojvodina and municipal authorities. Had 6 584 376 citizens of Serbia, who voted in 8.4 thousand sites, 90 sites were in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, and 42 abroad. The electoral Commission has registered 3.3 thousand local and 111 foreign observers, including representatives of the OSCE ODIHR.

Serbian observers reported three cases of "carousel" in the election

Observers of the Centre for research, transparency and accountability (CRTA) in the parliamentary elections in Serbia reported three cases of falsification on the system of multiple voting of the same persons - "carousel", which in the Balkans is called "Bulgarian train".

According to the Republican electoral Commission (RIK) have the right to vote, 6.5 million Serbian citizens who vote from 07.00 (08.00 GMT) to 20.00 (21.00 GMT) 8.4 thousand polling stations, 90 stations located on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, and 42 abroad. The electoral Commission has registered 3.3 thousand local and 111 foreign observers, including representatives of the OSCE ODIHR.

The OSCE praised the vote in the parliamentary elections of Serbia in Kosovo

Kosovo Serbs show a high turnout in the elections to the national Assembly (Serbian Parliament), the head of the OSCE mission in Kosovo Yang Brother.

According to the Republican electoral Commission (RIK) have the right to vote 6 584 376 (6.5 million) of the citizens of Serbia, who vote with 7.00 (8.00 MSK) to 20.00 (21.00 GMT) 8.4 thousand polling stations, 90 stations located on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, and 42 abroad. The electoral Commission has registered 3.3 thousand local and 111 foreign observers, including representatives of the OSCE ODIHR. Only in Kosovo and Metohija have the right to vote about 100 thousand local Serbs.

The turnout in the parliamentary elections in Serbia was 26.11%

The turnout at the elections of deputies of the Parliament of Serbia, provincial and municipal authorities to 15.00 Moscow time was 26.11%, according to the electoral Commission.

According to the Republican electoral Commission (RIK) have the right to vote, 6.5 million Serbian citizens who vote with 7.00 (8.00 MSK) to 20.00 (21.00 GMT) 8.4 thousand polling stations, 90 stations located on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, and 42 abroad. The electoral Commission has registered 3.3 thousand local and 111 foreign observers, including representatives of the OSCE ODIHR.

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