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Serbia’s parliamentray elections analysed in ELIAMEP briefing note

SE EUROPE PROGRAMME slider (1)In Briefing Note 31/2014 Dr Ioannis Armakolas, ‘Stavros Costopoulos’ Research Fellow and Head of ELIAMEP South-East Europe Programme, and Maja Maksimović, Research Assistant of the Programme, analyse Serbia’s early parliamentary elections held on 16 March 2014. Bearing in mind the huge popular support for the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), while the opposition remains weak and disorganised, many have rightly foreseen that the SNS would win the majority in the parliament and appoint their leader as the new head of the government. This made the results of the March 2014 elections one of the most predictable in recent Serbian political history. Despite this, given the developments they have triggered, these elections have a capacity to represent a potential milestone for important transformations of the Serbian political landscape.

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