In Serbia, at 7 (the same as Italian time) they start the voting for the parliamentary elections, and administrative provisions, which they see largely contributed to the progress Party Serbian (Sns, conservative) led by its president Aleksandar Vucic. A last survey a few days ago gave to 58.2% of the votes, followed at a huge distance from the socialist Party (Sps) of the minister of foreign affairs Ivica Dacic, a close ally of the government, accredited by 12.5%. The opposition, which initially intended to do the united front against Vucic, it is at the end divided, with the components of the most difficult and radical boycotting the consultation to protest against the policy considered ‘authoritarian’ president, while other small formations of the positions to more moderate take part in the vote, although with little chance of overcoming the barrage of the 3%.
According to surveys, with the Sns and Sps of the other four forces near the opposition may gain access to the unicameral parliament, composed of 250 seats and is elected for four years. A little more than 6.5 million voters can vote up to 20 in addition of 8,300 seats all over the Country. Among them about 100 thousand serbs of Kosovo, which will have 90 seats set up in their municipality. The voting will be monitored by a mission of observers from the Osce (Odihr) and by more than 3 thousand local observers.
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