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OSCE: Voter turnout in Kosovo 34.4 percent

OSCE: Voter turnout in Kosovo 34.4 percent

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- OSCE has said that preliminary results showed 37,174 registered voters (34.42%) in Kosovo cast their ballots in Serbia's early parliamentary election.

OSCE Mission Spokesperson Nikola Gaon spoke for Tanjug late on Sunday.

OSCE: Voter turnout in Kosovo-Metohija 34.4 pct

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - OSCE Mission Spokesperson Nikola Gaon stated for Tanjug that according to preliminary results 37,174 voters, or 34.42 pct of the total number, cast their ballots in Serbia's early parliamentary election in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) on Sunday.

Gaon added that no incidents were reported on the day of election.

Vucic: Best result, new government by May 1

BELGRADE – Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) leader Aleksandar Vucic thanked everyone who contributed to achieving the best result in the 25-year-long history of parliamentarism, adding that he is ready to extend his hand to anyone who has ideas about how to join forces and do something good for Serbia.

SNS leader promises new government by May

SNS leader promises new government by May

BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić has addressed reporters and "thanked everyone who contributed to achieving the best result in the 25-year-long history of parliamentarism."

Serbia's Progressives Cruise to Crushing Victory

The Serbian Progressive Party is heading for a crushing victory in elections. It has won about 50 per cent of votes and, thanks to the electoral system, this will give it enough seats in parliament to rule Serbia on its own.

Stefanovic: Magnificent victory for SNS

BELGRADE - According to estimates of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), the party has won 49.3 per cent of votes in the snap parliamentary elections on Sunday, which is a “magnificent result“, said SNS Vice President Nebojsa Stefanovic.

SNS expects landslide victory

BELGRADE - Vice President of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) Zorana Mihajlovic said late on Sunday that she expects a landslide victory for the SNS-led coalition in the Sunday's early parliamentary elections, with more votes than all other parties combined.

Poll: Serbia's Ruling Party Wins Majority in Early Elections

According to preliminary results of Sunday's early elections in Serbia, the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) of Aleksandar Vucic has won over 50% of the votes.

According to preliminary results published by the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID), as cited by B92, Alexandar Vucic's SNS wins 160 seats in in the country's 250-seat parliament.

CeSID: SNS wins majority in parliament

BELGRADE - According to preliminary data, the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) won around 50 percent of the votes at the snap parliamentary election on Sunday, the coalition led by the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) got around 15 percent, while the Democratic Party (DS) and the New Democratic Party (NDS) were the only other parties to cross the election threshold.

President: New government will be formed quickly

President: New government will be formed quickly

BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolić has said that early parliamentary elections in Serbia on Sunday were"a great opportunity," for the country.

He added that he believed a new government would be formed quickly, "and committed to a providing a better life for the Serbian people."

50.3 pct of eligible voters cast votes by 7 p.m.

BELGRADE – According to voter turnout figures, 50.3 percent of Serbia’s eligible voters cast their votes in the country’s early parliamentary elections by 7 p.m. Sunday, the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) said.

Jovanovic: Serbia has right to see different policy pursued

BELGRADE - Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) leader Cedomir Jovanovic said Sunday that Serbia needs a policy focused on society transformation, particularly when it comes to economics and politics, where populism should be abandoned.

Dacic: Political stability is precondition for progress

BELGRADE - Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) leader Ivica Dacic expressed the expectation that after Sunday's early elections, Serbia will have the kind of political stability that is a precondition for any serious steps ahead.

Party leaders cast their ballots (photos)

Party leaders cast their ballots (photos)

BELGRADE -- SNS party leader Aleksandar Vučić said after casting his ballot that Sunday was "a big and important day for Serbia," while "any outcome is possible."

Stefanovic: Faster reforms and European integration

BELGRADE – Outgoing Serbian Parliament Speaker and deputy leader of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) Nebojsa Stefanovic voiced hope that Sunday’s snap elections will help accelerate reforms and European integration of the country and bring about a better future for all its citizens.

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