Serbian local elections, 2012

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Local elections in Serbia were held on 6 May 2012.[1] Pursuant to the Constitution of Serbia, the parliamentary Speaker (at the time Slavica Đukić Dejanović from SPS) signed on 13 March 2012 the Decision on calling the elections for councilors of municipal assemblies, town assemblies and the Belgrade City Assembly for 6 May 2012, with the exception of: the councilors of the municipal assemblies of Aranđelovac, Bor, Vrbas, Vrnjačka Banja, Knjaževac, Kovin, Kosjerić, Kosovska Mitrovica, Leposavić, Negotin, Novo Brdo, Odžaci, Peć, Prijepolje and Ruma and councilors of the Priština Town Assembly, which have already had extraordinary elections in the period from 2008 to 2012, while for councilors of the municipal assembly of Kula, the elections were already called earlier on 29 February 2012.[2]

In line with United Nations SC Resolution 1244, the Government of the Republic of Serbia will, in cooperation with UNMIK, implement all actions necessary for the elections on the territory of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija.[3]

Some EU member states officials expressed their disagreement over the decisions to call local elections for municipalities in Kosovo and Metohija.[4] Local elections will be observed by a delegation of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe.

Regions and cities


 Summary of the 6 May 2012 Belgrade local election results
Party Votes % Seats
Dragan Đilas Choice for a better Belgrade (Драган Ђилас Избор за бољи Београд) 295,833 35.18 50
Let's Get Belgrade MovingTomislav Nikolić (Покренимо Београд – Томислав Николић) 216.271 25.72 37
Ivica DačićSPSPUPSJS – Milan Krkobabić (Ивица Дачић–СПС–ПУПС–ЈС–Милан Кркобабић) 76.877 9.14 13
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica (Демократска странка Србије – Војислав Коштуница) 62.749 7.46 10
Čedomir JovanovićU-Turn (Чедомир Јовановић – Преокрет) 39,013 4.64 -
Serbian Radical PartyDr Vojislav Šešelj (Српска радикална странка – Др Војислав Шешељ) 33,210 3.95 -
Dveri for the Life of Belgrade (Двери за живот Београда) 30,083 3.58 -
Prof. Dr Zoran StankovićUnited Regions of Serbia (Проф. Др Зоран Станковић – Уједињени региони Србије) 23,459 2.79 -
Movement of Workers and Peasants (Покрет радника и сељака) 7,550 0.90 -
Communist Party – Josip Broz (Комунистичка партија – Јосип Броз) 6,669 0.79 -
None of the Available Answers (Ниједан од понуђених одговора) 5,887 0.70 -
Social Democratic Alliance – Nebojša Leković (Социјалдемократски савез – Небојша Лековић) 2,650 0.32 -
Citizens' Group Movement of Suburban Municipalities – Jovan Sretković Jole (Група грађана Покрет приградских општина – Јован Сретковић Јоле) 1,784 0.21 -
Serbian Monarchist Party "Serbian Unity" – Ljubomir Simić (Српска монархистичка странка "Српска слога" – Љубомир Симић) 904 0.11 -
NSD Belgrade – Dr Dušan Janjić (НСД Београд – Др Душан Јањић) 889 0.11 -
Reformist Party – Mirko Beoković (Реформистичка странка – Mирко Беоковић) 356 0.04 -
Invalid 36,654 4.36
Total Turnout (54.47% or 840,838 out of 1,543,665) 840,838 100.00 110
Source: Civic Electoral Commission of the City of Belgrade



Results of 2012 local elections in Vojvodina

Novi Sad

Votes and seats won (there are 78 seats in local assembly):[6][7]


Votes won:[8]

Southern and Eastern Serbia


Seats won:[9]


Seats won:

Šumadija and Western Serbia


Votes and seats won (from total 87 seats):[10][11]


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