The Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, could have won with an absolute majority in early parliamentary elections held this Sunday in Serbia, according to early projections vote.
according to calculations by the NGO Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID), issued by the state broadcaster RTS, SNS won the 52 percent of the support , which will be more than anticipated by pre-election polls.
According to these projections, the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), partner of the coalition in the caretaker government, won 14.4 percent.
the ultranationalist Serbian Radical Party (SRS), led by controversial politician Vojislav Seselj extremist LOGR July 1, 3 %, and will return as the national parliament after years of absence.
the democratic Party (DS) of center-right, according It reached this first projection 5.7% , enough to enter the House.
Some 6.7 million citizens of Serbia voting were called to the polls to elect the 250 Members of Parliament national 20 parties and coalitions.
the election was called two years ahead of schedule, according Vucic to give a new impetus to reforms facing the country as candidate to enter the European Union (EU) .