The FINAL results of the parliamentary elections held on April 3 could be announced by the end of the week, which would mean the end of the elections and the beginning of the process of forming a new parliamentary assembly and the election of the Government of Serbia.
The saga around voting in Veliki Trnovac, where citizens went to the polls as many as three times, could be resolved during the week. The Administrative Court, as a last resort, should rule on the objection of the Coalition of Albanians of the Valley, which claims that there were irregularities in the third vote as well. The Republic Election Commission rejected the objection of the Albanians, and now the dismissal of the Administrative Court is awaited. If the REC’s position is confirmed, the final results will be announced, otherwise a new, fourth vote is likely.
The distribution of mandates also depends on the polling station in Bujanovac. After the second statement on April 28, the Albanians managed to win one seat, to the detriment of the Socialists, who lost their mandate. However, the SPS submitted evidence that one voter used the right to vote, and did not have personal documents, so the statement was annulled. In a new vote on May 27th, Albanians remained below the line and if the Administrative Court rejects the objection, they will not have a representative in parliament.
By the way, after the announcement of the final results, the deadlines for the formation of institutions begin to run. The Assembly must be constituted 30 days after the announcement of the final figures.
The deadline for the new cabinet in Nemanjina 11 is 90 days from the formation of the parliament. President Aleksandar Vučić said that he hoped to have the Government by the end of July.
In the elections on April 3, as things stand now, the team around the Serbian Progressive Party won 120 seats, “United for Serbia” 38, SPS-JS-ZS 32, NADA 15, “Moramo” 13, ten Zavetnici and Dveri. while SVM will have five deputies, “Mufti’s bequest” three, SDA and Croats two each.
CONSTITUTED ASSEMBLY OF BELGRADE
IN ADDITION to the parliamentary elections, the presidential and elections for the City of Belgrade were held on April 3. By taking the oath on May 31 in the parliament, the old-new president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, officially stepped into his second term. The formation of the government began in Belgrade over the weekend with the constitution of the City Assembly.
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