Elections in Serbia: May 6 Presidential, Parliamentary, Provincial and Local Elections
On May 6, Serbian citizens will cast their vote for the next president. Due to President Tadić’s voluntary resignation on April 5, 10 months ahead of the expiration of his term, the presidential election will now take place on the same day as scheduled parliamentary, provincial and local elections.
Political platforms and campaigns have been focused on social issues and economic development. With no one candidate leading the polls, the race will be tight and closely watched, with a second round run-off a near certainty.
Elections in Serbia: May 6 Presidential, Parliamentary, Provincial and Local Elections sheds light on the most frequently asked questions regarding the upcoming polls. Areas addressed include:
- What is the new unified voter registry in use for the May 6 election?
- How will political finance regulations effect the elections?
- Are Serbian citizens living abroad eligible to vote?
- Are there gender equity norms in candidate nomination?
Download IFES’ FAQ on Elections in Serbia.
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