A The Serbian opposition coalition against violence (SPN) remains far behind, with 23% of the vote, according to an estimate based on calculations by the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) and the Ipsos agency.

The vote was marked by reports of irregularities both during the campaign and today, with participation remaining at 55%, one hour before the polls closed, practically the same figure as in 2022.

Election observers and independent media today warned of situations such as Serbs from Bosnia voting at unofficial polling stations, while a monitoring team was attacked in northern Serbia.

The reports were disputed by authorities in Belgrade, with Prime Minister Ana Brnabic calling the accusations “lies aimed at causing panic”.

Serbia today elects a new parliament and municipalities in 64 localities, including the capital Belgrade, in early elections that point to the sixth consecutive victory for President Aleksandar Vucic’s party.

The main opposition forces (pro-Europe), which appear to be united, have been demanding since May the convening of early legislative elections following two serious armed incidents in less than 24 hours that left 19 dead, including 10 in a school in Belgrade.

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