Serbian parliamentary election dates and Voting Live

Serbian parliamentary election dates and Voting Live 2020 
Serbian parliamentary election Dates 2020
Serbian parliamentary election​ Date: April 26, 2020​ 

Parliamentary elections were scheduled to be held in Serbia on 26 April 2020. However, on 16 March they were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Serbian parliamentary election dates and Voting Live 2020 

In the 2016 parliamentary election, the ruling parties—the Serbian Progressive Party-led coalition and the Socialist Party of Serbia-led coalition—were returned to power, and incumbent Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić was re-elected. However, in the 2017 presidential election, Vučić was elected president and left the government for his new position. The election result sparked protests around Serbia. Thousands of protesters accused Vučić of leading the country towards authoritarianism. The OSCE report criticized unbalanced media coverage during the election campaign, use of public resources to support Vučić and reports of pressure on employees of state-affiliated institutions to support Vučić and secure, in a cascade fashion, support from family members and friends. Ana Brnabić was appointed for the head of government as a non-partisan politician, becoming Serbia's first female and first openly gay Prime Minister. Two years later, she joined the ruling Serbian Progressive Party.

In January 2019, Vučić repeated that there was a possibility of holding early elections 'sometime during 2019'. Observers noted that this was highly likely, as it would enable the SNS to make electoral gains before having to compromise on unpopular decisions regarding the status of Kosovo, which is expected to hit the party's rating.

In May 2019, the European Commission in the Serbia 2019 Report criticized election conditions and expressed serious concern about press freedom. They also stated that there was a negative impact on the work of democratic institutions, in particular the National Assembly, and there was an urgent need to create space for genuine cross-party debate and conditions for meaningful participation by the opposition in the parliament.


The Electoral system of Serbian

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%.


Serbia election Party and candidate 

SzS, SNS coalition, SPS–JS–ZS


Serbia Elections Results

#To Be Announced


Past Serbia Elections Results 

Party

Votes

%

Seats

+/–

Serbia is Winning (SNS–SDPS–PUPS–NS–SPO–PS–PSS–NDSS–SNP)

1,823,147

48.25

131

–39

SPS–JS–ZS–KP

413,770

10.95

29

–4

Serbian Radical Party

306,052

8.10

22

+22

Enough is Enough

227,626

6.02

16

+16

For a Just Serbia (DS–NS–RS–DSHV–ZZS–ZZŠ)

227,589

6.02

16

–5

Dveri–DSS

190,530

5.03

13

+13

Alliance for a Better Serbia (LDP–LSV–SDS)

189,564

5.02

13

–2

VMSZ–VMDP

56,620

1.50

4

–2

Serbia for All of Us (PLS–PZP–NUPS–SDU)

35,710

0.94

0

New

Bosniak Democratic Union of Sandžak

32,526

0.86

2

+2

Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak

30,092

0.80

2

–1

For A Free Serbia – Oathkeepers

27,690

0.73

0

New

Green Party

23,890

0.63

1

New

Out of spite – United for Serbia – National Alliance

17,528

0.46

0

New

Party for Democratic Action

16,262

0.43

1

–1

Russian Party

13,777

0.36

0

0

Citizen's Group – For Serb Revival

13,260

0.35

0

New

Serbo-Russian Movement

10,016

0.27

0

New

Dialogue – Youth with a Stance

7,744

0.20

0

New

Republican Party

4,522

0.12

0

New

Invalid/blank votes

111,008

2.86

Total

3,778,923

100

250

0

Registered voters/turnout

6,739,441

56.07

Serbia Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 by City Immigrants

Serbia Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017

Serbia Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017

Censuses in Serbia ordinarily take place every 10 years, organized by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia.Serbia Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 The Principality of Serbia had conducted the first population census in 1834; the subsequent censuses were conducted in 1841, 1843, 1846, 1850, 1854, 1859, 1863 and 1866 and 1874. During the era Kingdom of Serbia, six censuses were conducted in 1884, 1890, 1895, 1900, 1905 and the last one being in 1910. During the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, censuses were conducted in 1931 and 1921; the census in 1941 was never conducted due to the outbreak of World War II. Socialist Yugoslavia conducted censuses in 1948, 1953, 1961, 1971, 1981, and 1991. The two most recent censuses were held in 2002 and 2011.

The years since the first 1834 Census saw frequent border changes of Serbia, first amidst the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire and Austria-Hungary, then subsequent formation and later disintegration of Yugoslavia and, finally, recent self-proclaimed independence of Kosovo which affected territorial scope in which all these censuse have been conducted.


 Serbia demographics Population by Religion

 

1921

1991

2002

2011

Number

 %

Number

 %

Number

 %

Number

 %

Orthodox Christians

3,321,090

75.85

6,347,026

81.8

6,371,584

84.98

6,079,395

84.59

Roman Catholics

751,429

17.16

496,226

6.4

410,976

5.48

356,957

4.97

Muslims

97,672

2.23

224,120

2.89

239,658

3.2

222,829

3.1

Protestants

no data

no data

88,275

1.14

80,837

1.08

71,284

0.99

Jews

26,464

0.6

740

0.01

785

0.01

578

0.01

Total

4,378,595

100

7,759,571

100

7,498,001

100

7,186,862

100

 

 


 Serbia demographics Population by Immigrants

 Serbs represented the largest ethnic group within the former country of Yugoslavia, and as the dominant regional group, they were less likely to migrate than Croatians (see Croatian immigration) or Slovenes (see Slovenian immigration). According to the U.S. census of 2000 and the Canadian census of 2001, 140,337 Americans and 55,540 Canadians claimed Serbian descent. These figures were low, as a large percentage of those who claimed Yugoslav ancestry (328,547 Americans and 65,505 Canadians) were undoubtedly of Serbian origin. Estimates by various ethnic organizations place the number of Serbian Americans at more than 350,000 and Serbian Canadians at more than 150,000. Major centers of Serb settlement in the United States included Chicago, Illinois; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and San Francisco and Los Angeles in California. The largest Serbian concentrations in Canada were in Ontario.

 


 Serbia demographics Population by Race
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Serbia demographics Population by Race

Serb

66%,

Albanian

17%,

Hungarian

3.5%,

other

13.50%

 

Serbia Population by City
.

S.No.

Name

Population

Latitude/Longitude

1

Belgrade

1,273,651

44.804 / 20.465

2

Niš

250,000

43.325 / 21.903

3

Novi Sad 

215,400

45.252 / 19.837

4

Zemun 

155,591

44.843 / 20.401

5

Kragujevac 

147,473

44.017 / 20.917

6

Cacak

117,072

43.891 / 20.35

7

Subotica

100,000

46.1 / 19.667

8

Leskovac

94,758

42.998 / 21.946

9

Novi Pazar, Central Serbia

85,996

43.137 / 20.512

10

Kraljevo  wikipedia

82,846

43.726 / 20.689