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April 3, 2022 Held

Serbia

Republic of Serbia

Election for President

Results

Voter
Turnout*
Cast Votes:3,797,146
Valid Votes:3,707,220
Invalid Votes:89,926

Candidates:

Aleksandar VUČIĆ2,224,555

60.01

Zdravko PONOŠ698,497

18.84

Miloš JOVANOVIĆ226,118

6.10

Boško OBRADOVIĆ165,167

4.46

Milica ĐURĐEVIĆ STAMENKOVSKI160,545

4.33

Biljana STOJKOVIĆ122,368

3.30

Branka STAMENKOVIĆ77,027

2.08

Miša VAČIĆ32,943

0.8886173466910514

More Info:

At Stake in this Election: 

  • The Office of the President of the Republic of Serbia 

Government Structure: 

  • Chief of State: President Aleksandar VUČIĆ (since 31 May 2017) 
  • Head of Government: Prime Minister Ana BRNABIĆ (since 29 June 2017) 
  • Assembly: The Serbian National Assembly (Narodna skupština) is a unicameral legislature comprised of 250 deputies. 

Electoral System: 

  • The President is elected for a five-year term using a two-round system. If a candidate fails to receive a majority of the ballot during the first round of voting, a second round is held between the two candidates who received the most votes to determine the winner. [1]
  • The Prime Minister is elected by the National Assembly (Narodna skupština). [2]
  • In the National Assembly (Narodna skupština), members are elected under a proportional representation system in a single, nationwide constituency, with closed party-list representation. All 250 seats in the unicameral legislature are distributed in proportion to the number of votes received by each party-list using the d’Hondt method. [3] 

Last Election: 

  • The most recent elections were held for the National Assembly on 21 June 2020, while the last presidential elections occurred on 2 April 2017. 

Main Candidates in this Election: [4]

Population and Registered Voters: 

  • Population: 6,899,126 (January 2021 est.) [5]
  • Registered Voters: 6,501,689 (March 2022) [6]  

Gender Data: 

  • Female Population: 3,538,820 (January 2022 est.) [7] 
  • Is Serbia a signatory to CEDAW: No [8]
  • Has Serbia ratified CEDAW:  Yes (ratified 12 March 2001) [9]
  • Gender Quota: The Serbian Parliament amended its electoral code in 2020, mandating that 40 percent of candidates on parliamentary and local-level electoral lists be reserved for female candidates. [10]
  • Female candidates in this election: Three out of eight 
  • Number of Female Legislators: 100 out of 250 [11]
  • Human Development Index (HDI) Position: Rank 64 at 0.806 (2020) [12]
  • Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) Categorization: Very low [13]

Disability Data: 

  • Is Serbia a signatory to CRPD: Yes (signed on 17 December 2007) [14]
  • Has Serbia ratified CRPD: Yes (ratified on 31 July 2009) [15]
  • Population with a disability: 1,076,519 [16]