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Vučić on course to win Presidential Election in first round

Serbia’s Electoral Commission has announced preliminary results for yesterday’s presidential election which would appear to show a clear victory for Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić in the first round. With 56.56% […]

Aleksandar Vučić on course to be elected President today

Serbia goes to the polls today to vote in their presidential election. The result is almost certainly to be decided in a first round with current Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić […]

Presidential 2017 (Second round)

The second round of the presidential election has been announced for 16 April 2017. Results will be published here.

Presidential election to be held on 2nd April

Serbia will hold its next presidential election on 2nd April National Assembly Speaker Maja Gojković announced yesterday. If no candidate takes more than 50% of the vote then a second […]

PM presents new Cabinet and government programme to Parliament

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić concludes laying out the programme of his new government today and has also presented his new Cabinet which is expected to be approved in parliament. There […]

Cabinet of Serbia

Aleksandar Vučić Prime Minister Ivica Dačić First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Nebojša Stefanović Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Zorana Mihajlović Deputy Prime Minister and […]

Vučić gets more time but with a reduced majority

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić’s alliance, “Serbia Is Winning” which is led by the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), has won Sunday’s general election but with a reduced majority. The SNS alliance […]

Parliamentary 2016

An election to the National Assembly took place on 24 April 2016. Serbia is Winning (SNS–SDPS–PUPS–NS–SPO–PS–PSS–NDSS–SNP) 131 Socialist Party of Serbia–United Serbia–Greens of Serbia 29 Serbian Radical Party (Srpska radikalna […]

Serbia votes in General Election

Serbia is voting to elect a new National Assembly today. There are 6,737,808 eligible voters who will vote between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. local time and they have a […]

Serbian PM announces early election

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić has announced that he intends to call an early general election halfway through the parliamentary term. For some weeks the prime minister has said that […]

Defence Minister sacked for sexist remarks

Serbia’s Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, has announced that he is to dismiss his defence minister for offensive remarks made on Sunday. Minister of Defence Bratislav Gašić is reported as having […]

IMF completes Article IV consultation with Serbia

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has completed its Article IV consultation with Serbia. The full press release as published on the IMF website is as follows; “IMF Executive Board Concludes […]

Zeljko Sertić is new Minister of Economy

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić has nominated President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (CCIS), Zeljko Sertić, to be the new Minister of Economy. Sertić (47) was […]

Dušan Vujović confirmed as new Minister of Finance

Dušan Vujović, the former Minister of Economy was appointed as Serbia’s new Minister of Finance yesterday by 175 votes for and nine against. Dušan Vujović (63) took his first degree, […]

New Laws on Privatisation and Bankruptcy

The Serbian Government has adopted two laws which will speed up the privatisation process and improve measures when dealing with bankruptcy. The formal press release as published on the Serbian […]

FinMin resigns

Lazar Krstić, the Minister of Finance announced that he had resigned his portfolio yesterday afternoon. The Minister said that he would stay on to advise the Prime Minister but that […]

Aleksandar Vučić outlines government programme

During the voting in of a new Cabinet and government yesterday, newly elected Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, said that his government’s programme would focus on three areas; reforming the economy, […]

Full list of new Cabinet

The Serbian parliament elected a new Cabinet yesterday. Of the 250 deputies there were 228 present and of those 198 voted for, 23 against, six abstentions and one would not […]