SERBIA: A landslide victory for the SNS

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As expected, the Aleksandar Vucic-For Our Children coalition led by the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) won its fourth consecutive term in office by a landslide in the 21 June general election. None of the main opposition parties will enter parliament, which will lead to the further concentration of political power in the hands of the SNS and its leader Aleksandar Vucic. Policy continuity is expected in most areas. With 93.6% of ballots counted this morning, the SNS-led list had received 62.6% of votes, followed by the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS)-United Serbia (JS) with 10.9%. Pr
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