Ruling conservatives set to win Serbian parliamentary vote

Ruling conservatives set to win Serbian parliamentary vote
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  • calendar-gray 22 June 2020

Serbia’s ruling conservative party led by President Aleksandar Vucic is set for a landslide win in Sunday’s parliamentary election, results projected by Ipsos and CeSID pollsters showed, APA reports quoting Reuters.

The projection shows the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) on track to win 62.5% of the votes, while the Socialist party - a junior coalition partner in the outgoing government - is seen coming second with 10.7% of the votes. 

The centre-right Serbian Patriotic Alliance led by former water polo player Aleksandar Sapic is seen in third place with 4% of the votes. 

A brass band orchestra at the SNS headquarters was playing traditional Serbian music before Vucic proclaimed victory. 

Dozens of smiling people cramped in a small room, hugged each other and few had their faces covered with masks, despite doctors warning to be cautious to avoid spreading of the coronavirus.


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