Serbia Presidential elections 2017 live Voting Results Dates

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Serbia Presidential elections 2017 Results Dates Voting Opinion Poll

National Presidential elections Date: 2 April 2017 

Presidential elections in Serbia will be held on 2 April 2017, with a possible second round on 16 April. They will be the eleventh since the office of President was introduced in 1990. Incumbent President Tomislav Nikolić is eligible to run for a second five year term.


Serbia Presidential election Results Live 2017

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  1. Votering in Serbia will decide if people support public populist Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and his autocratic rule.
  2. Vucic needs to win by more than 50% of the vote to avoid a run off election on 16 April that would put him in a much trickier position against a single opposition candidate.

 

Electoral system of Serbia

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 numerousparties 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%.


 

Candidates for Presidential Elections 2017

As of February 2017, several politicians have already declared they would be running for the presidency. The announced candidates are Vojislav Šešelj from the Serbian Radical Party, Boško Obradović from Dveri, Aleksandar Popović from the Democratic Party of Serbia, Saša Radulović from Enough is Enough, Miroslav Parović from the National Freedom Movement, Dušan Janjić from Active Serbia, and independent candidates Milan Stamatović, Saša Mirković, Saša Janković, Vuk Jeremić, and Andrej Fajgelj.

Serbia Parties and leaders

Serbian Progressive Party, Serbian Radical Party, Socialist Party of Serbia, Enough is Enough, Democratic Party, Social Democratic Party of Serbia.


Serbia Presidential Last Election Results

Candidates

Nominating parties

1st round

2nd round

Votes

 %

Votes

 %

Tomislav Nikolić

Serbian Progressive Party

979,216

25.05%

1,552,063

49.54%

Boris Tadić

Choice for a Better Life

989,454

25.31%

1,481,952

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%

Serbia Presidential elections 2017 Results Dates Voting Opinion Poll