2020 Serbian local elections


Local elections were held in most cities and municipalities of Serbia (excluding the disputed territory of Kosovo)[lower-alpha 1] on 21 June 2020, with repeat voting later taking place in some jurisdictions. The elections were held concurrently with the 2020 Serbian parliamentary election and the 2020 Vojvodina provincial election. Elections on all three levels were initially scheduled for 26 April 2020 but were rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.[1]

As with the republic and provincial elections, the local elections were boycotted by several opposition parties, most notably those in the Alliance for Serbia, which charged that the process was neither free nor fair.[2] Some parties that boycotted the parliamentary election nonetheless chose to participate in the local elections in a limited capacity.[3]

Elections were not held for the City Assembly of Belgrade, as its members are currently elected on a different four-year cycle (although local assembly elections were held in all of the City of Belgrade's constituent municipalities). Some other jurisdictions also did not hold local elections in 2020, for the same reason.

All local elections in Serbia are held under proportional representation. Mayors are not directly elected but are instead chosen by elected members of the local assemblies. Parties are required to cross a three per cent electoral threshold to win representation in the local assembles, although this requirement is waived for parties representing national minority communities.

As expected, the results were a victory for the Serbian Progressive Party's coalition, which finished in first place in most cities and municipalities. The main exceptions were those areas in which the majority of seats were won by parties representing national minority communities. Other exceptions included:

Results


Note: The first percentage column in the results section refers to the percentage of valid votes received by each list. The second column refers to the percentage of all votes. Lists were required to receive three per cent of all votes to cross the electoral threshold.

Belgrade

Local elections were held in all seventeen of Belgrade's municipalities. The Progressive Party and its allies won victories in every jurisdiction except New Belgrade, where Aleksandar Šapić's Serbian Patriotic Alliance won a narrow victory. The only other municipality where the Progressive Party and its allies did not win an outright majority was Stari Grad, where they fell two seats short.

Barajevo

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Barajevo were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 7,644 71.22 67.62 24
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 1,569 14.62 13.88 5
Independent Serbian Party–Andreja Mladenović Independent Serbian Party 1,006 9.37 8.90 3
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 514 4.79 4.55 1
10,733 100 94.95 33
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 30; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2020; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 13, 30.[8]

Incumbent mayor Slobodan Adamović of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[9]

Čukarica

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Čukarica were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 39,472 62.94 60.70 32
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Čukarica Serbian Patriotic Alliance 6,269 10.00 9.64 5
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 6,105 9.73 9.39 4
METLA 2020–Miloš Jovanović Democratic Party of Serbia 3,089 4.93 4.75 2
"Sovereigntists" Enough Is Enough 2,871 4.58 4.42 2
For the Kingdom of Serbia–For Our Čukarica Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 1,704 2.72 2.62 -
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,673 2.67 2.57 -
CourageouslyMilica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 1,344 2.14 2.07 -
Citizens' Group: Serbian Right–Give Me a Chance–I Keep My Word–Marko Martinović Serbian Right 190 0.30 0.29 -
62,717 100 96.45 45
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 30; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2020; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 13, 32.[10]

Incumbent mayor Srđan Kolarić of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election. The Socialists and the Serbian Patriotic Alliance supported the local administration.[11]

Grocka

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Grocka were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 20,177 65.82 63.64 26
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 4,503 14.69 14.20 5
Our Man–Blažo Stojanović 1,724 5.62 5.44 2
METLA 2020-POKS–Patriotic Bloc Grocka–For Our Town 1,255 4.09 3.96 1
Milica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 1,225 4.00 3.86 1
Sergej TrifunovićMovement of Free Citizens Movement of Free Citizens 879 2.87 2.77 -
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 543 1.77 1.71 -
Citizens' Group: Golden Dawn–To Dawn for Us–Boban Milenković 349 1.14 1.10 -
30,655 100 96.69 35
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 32.

Dragan Pantelić, elected on the For Our Children list, was chosen as mayor after the election.[12]

Lazarevac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Lazarevac were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 16,541 53.87 51.74 35
Citizen's Group: Lazarevac–Our Home–Milan Đorđević-Đokin 5,615 18.29 17.56 12
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma, Greens of Serbia (Zeleni) Socialist Party of Serbia 3,795 12.36 11.87 8
For the Kingdom of Serbia (POKS)–Green Party of Serbia 1,333 4.34 4.17 2
Milica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 1,161 3.78 3.63 2
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Lazarevac Serbian Patriotic Alliance 1,020 3.32 3.19 2
Lazarevac Fan Club–Milan Ralić Čombe 897 2.92 2.81 -
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 345 1.12 1.08 -
30,707 100 96.05 61
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 81 (26 June 2020), p. 2.

Bojan Stević of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor after the election, with the support of fifty-six out of sixty-one delegates.[13]

Mladenovac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Mladenovac were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 15,328 75.64 70.08 42
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 3,672 18.12 16.79 10
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,265 6.24 5.78 3
20,265 100 92.66 55
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 81 (26 June 2020), p. 34.

Incumbent mayor Vladan Glišić of the Progressive Party (not to be confused with the member of the national assembly of the same name) was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[14]

New Belgrade

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of New Belgrade were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar ŠapićOur Mayor of New Belgrade Serbian Patriotic Alliance 32,497 44.87 43.19 23
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 32,202 44.46 42.80 22
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 5,679 7.84 7.55 4
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,480 2.04 1.97 -
Serbian RightWe Know Each Other, We Worked Together–Miša Vacić Serbian Right 574 0.79 0.76 -
72,432 100 96.26 59
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 11; Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 86 (9 July 2020), p. 2.

Incumbent mayor Aleksandar Šapić of the Serbian Patriotic Alliance was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[15]

Obrenovac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Obrenovac were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 22,820 71.79 68.75 41
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma, Greens of Serbia (Zeleni) Socialist Party of Serbia 4,058 12.77 12.23 7
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Obrenovac Serbian Patriotic Alliance 3,862 12.15 11.63 6
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,048 3.30 3.16 1
31,788 100 95.77 55
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 35.

Incumbent mayor Miroslav Čučković of the Progressive Party was confirmed for a third term in office after the election.[16]

Palilula

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Palilula were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 36,864 65.02 62.42 39
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Palilula Serbian Patriotic Alliance 6,575 11.60 11.13 6
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 5,676 10.01 9.61 6
"Sovereigntists" Enough Is Enough 2,192 3.87 3.71 2
CourageouslyMilica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 2,118 3.74 3.59 2
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,426 2.52 2.41 -
Green Party of Serbia Green Party of Serbia 1,142 2.01 1.93 -
Čedomir JovanovićCoalition for Peace Liberal Democratic Party 705 1.24 1.19 -
56,698 100 96.00 55
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 82 (29 June 2020), p. 2.

Incumbent mayor Aleksandar Jovičić of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[17]

Rakovica

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Rakovica were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 23,598 63.06 60.68 34
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Rakovica Serbian Patriotic Alliance 4,244 11.34 10.91 6
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 4,230 11.30 10.88 6
CourageouslyMilica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 1,844 4.93 4.74 2
"Sovereigntists" Enough Is Enough 1,503 4.02 3.86 2
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 911 2.43 2.34 -
Citizens' Group: Contract with the People 677 1.81 1.74 -
Čedomir JovanovićCoalition for Peace–Andreja Trajković 415 1.11 1.07 -
37,422 100 96.22 50
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 24; Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 83 (30 June 2020), p. 12.

Miloš Simić of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor after the election.[18]

Savski Venac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Savski Venac were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 6,900 60.82 56.52 23
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Savski Venac Serbian Patriotic Alliance 2,545 22.43 20.85 8
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 1,519 13.39 12.44 5
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 381 3.36 3.12 1
11,345 100 92.94 37
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 26.

Miloš Vidović of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor after the election.[19]

Sopot

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Sopot were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 6,444 77.99 74.77 27
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 940 11.38 10.91 3
For the Kingdom of Serbia–Our Home Sopot Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 570 6.90 6.61 2
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 309 3.74 3.59 1
8,263 100 95.88 33
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 36.

Živorad Milosavljević of the Progressive Party, the longest continuously serving mayor in Serbia, was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[20]

Stari Grad

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Stari Grad were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 7,029 47.15 45.38 27
We Protect Stari Grad–United Opposition
(Protectors of Stari Grad, New Party, United Democratic Serbia, Civic Democratic Forum, Democratic Bloc)
2,322 15.58 14.99 9
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 1,592 10.68 10.28 6
Heart of the City–A Movement of Free Citizens and Non-Partisan Community Initiatives to Preserve Stari Grad 1,348 9.04 8.70 5
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Stari Grad Serbian Patriotic Alliance 1,329 8.91 8.58 5
METLA 2020–Miloš JovanovićDemocratic Party of Serbia Democratic Party of Serbia 1,288 8.64 8.32 4
14,908 100 96.25 56
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 27.

Radoslav Marjanović of the Progressive Party was chosen as mayor after the election, by a vote of forty-two to eight (with one invalid vote). The Socialist Party of SerbiaUnited Serbia and Serbian Patriotic Alliance lists supported Marjanović, as did some individual members of other lists.[21][22] One of the Socialist delegates elected was Uglješa Marković, who was also elected to the national assembly in the concurrent parliamentary election.[23]

Surčin

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Surčin were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 13,451 72.55 69.98 26
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Surćin Serbian Patriotic Alliance 2,107 11.36 10.96 4
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma, Greens of Serbia (Zeleni) Socialist Party of Serbia 1,680 9.06 8.74 3
Citizens' Group: Family in 1st Place–For a Better Surčin 703 3.79 3.66 1
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 599 3.23 3.12 1
18,540 100 96.45 35
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 38.

Incumbent mayor Stevan Šuša of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[24]

Voždovac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Voždovac were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 33,494 61.03 58.81 38
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 5,698 10.38 10.01 6
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Voždovac Serbian Patriotic Alliance 5,406 9.85 9.49 6
METLA 2020–DSS Democratic Party of Serbia 2,752 5.01 4.83 3
"Sovereigntists" Enough Is Enough 1,897 3.46 3.33 2
For the Kingdom of SerbiaFor Our Voždovac Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 1,584 2.89 2.78 -
CourageouslyMilica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party OathkeepersSerbian People's Party 1,196 2.18 2.10 -
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,174 2.14 2.06 -
Movement for Voždovac 815 1.49 1.43 -
Good for Voždovac 549 1.00 0.96 -
Citizens' Group: Serbian Right for Our Home Voždovac–Prof. Dr. Nenad Kapor Serbian Right 317 0.58 0.56 -
54,882 100 96.37 55
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 2.

Ivana Ilić-Tomić of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor following the election.[25] The new municipal administration included the Socialist Party and the Serbian Patriotic Alliance, and was approved by forty-seven members of the assembly.[26]

Vračar

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Vračar were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 10,345 53.04 51.07 34
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 2,814 14.43 13.89 9
Let's Free Vračar–United Opposition of Vračar
Movement of Free CitizensSergej TrifunovićSocial Democratic PartyNew Party (PSG, SDS, Nova)
2,029 10.40 10.02 6
METLA 2020–DSS–Topolska Association Democratic Party of Serbia 1,556 7.98 7.68 5
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Vračar Serbian Patriotic Alliance 1,520 7.79 7.50 5
Vračar Vračarians–Association for Beautification 639 3.28 3.15 2
Green Movement Vračar–For Greener and Cleaner Vračar Green Movement Vračar 601 3.08 2.97 2
19,504 100 96.28 63
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 4.

Incumbent mayor Milan Nedeljković of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election, by a vote of forty-eight to six. The Socialist Party participated in the municipality's coalition government, which was also supported by the Serbian Patriotic Alliance, the Association for the Beautification of Vračar, and the Green Movement Vračar. The United Opposition and DSS were in opposition.[27]

Zemun

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Zemun were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 38,924 62.96 60.96 42
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 5,768 9.33 9.03 6
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Zemun Serbian Patriotic Alliance 5,437 8.79 8.51 5
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 2,500 4.04 3.92 2
Citizens' Group: United for Zemun and Batajnica–Prof. Dr. Danica Grujičić 2,364 3.82 3.70 2
"Sovereigntists" Enough Is Enough 1,507 2.44 2.36 -
Let's Save Zemun–Siniša Ercegovčević 1,422 2.30 2.23 -
Milica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 1,078 1.74 1.69 -
For the Kingdom of Serbia, For Zemun City and Batajnica Municipality–Prof. Dr. Goran Belojević Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 1,073 1.74 1.68 -
Tatjana Macura–United Democratic Serbia 1,019 1.65 1.60 -
Green Party of Serbia Green Party of Serbia 611 0.99 0.96 -
Serbian RightPatriotically Strong–For Our Home Zemun–Željko Kozlina Serbian Right 125 0.20 0.20 -
61,828 100 96.83 57
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 9.

Gavrilo Kovačević of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor after the election.[28]

Zvezdara

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Zvezdara were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 28,028 57.22 55.18 35
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 6,348 12.96 12.50 7
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Zvezdara Serbian Patriotic Alliance 5,178 10.57 10.19 6
METLA 2020–DSS Democratic Party of Serbia 2,583 5.27 5.09 3
"Sovereigntists" Enough Is Enough 1,836 3.75 3.61 2
Milica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 1,272 2.60 2.50 -
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 998 2.04 1.96 -
United Democratic ZvezdaraZoran Vuletić 865 1.77 1.70 -
Our Zvezdara–Milan Popović 754 1.54 1.48 -
Citizens' Group: Mirijevo 684 1.40 1.35 -
Zvezdara–Our Home–NS 435 0.89 0.86 -
48,981 100 96.43 53
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 64 Number 79 (22 June 2020), p. 6.

Vladan Jeremić of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor following the election, with the support of forty-six of the fifty delegates in attendance. The Socialists and the Serbian Patriotic Alliance supported the new administration.[29]

Vojvodina

Central Banat District

Local elections were held in the one city (Zrenjanin) and all four of the smaller municipalities in the Central Banat District. The Progressive Party and its allies won majority victories in all jurisdictions.

Zrenjanin

The results of the election for the City Assembly of Zrenjanin were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 22,996 56.31 53.96 42
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia, United SerbiaDragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 6,070 14.86 14.24 11
METLA 2020–Fight for Water, Air, Earth–Zoran Sandić Democratic Party of Serbia 2,722 6.66 6.39 5
Vojvodina Front–United for Democratic Novi Sad
(League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Vojvodina's Party, Together for Vojvodina,
Democratic Alliance of Croats in VojvodinaNenad Čanak)
League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina 2,545 6.23 5.97 4
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIstván Pásztor Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 1,845 4.52 4.33 3
"Sovereigntists" Enough Is Enough 1,302 3.19 3.06 2
Green Party–Aleksandar Jankov Green Party 1,118 2.74 2.62 -
For the Kingdom of SerbiaPetrovgrad My City
(Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia, Monarchist Front)
Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 1,110 2.72 2.60 -
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 750 1.84 1.76 -
Common Sense–Dalibor Radosavljević 383 0.94 0.90 -
40,841 100 95.84 67
Source: Službeni List (Grada Zrenjanina), Volume 29 Number 14 (10 June 2020), p. 2.

Simo Salapura of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor after the election.[30] Among the members elected on the Socialist list was Dubravka Kralj, who was also elected to the national assembly in the concurrent parliamentary election.[31]

Nova Crnja

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Nova Crnja were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 3,554 63.82 61.30 17
Pera Milankov–Vojvodina Front 880 15.80 15.18 4
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIstván Pásztor Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 582 10.45 10.04 2
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Socialist Party of Serbia 553 9.93 9.54 2
5,569 100 96.05 25
Source: Službeni List (Opština Nova Crnja), Volume 29 Number 14 (22 June 2020), pp. 2–3.

Incumbent mayor Vladimir Brakus of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[32]

Novi Bečej

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Novi Bečej were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 6,549 63.75 60.76 21
Coalition: Vojvodina Front–United for Democratic Novi Sad (League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Vojvodina's Party) League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina 1,245 12.12 11.55 4
Citizens' Group: List for the Locality 923 8.98 8.56 2
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIstván Pásztor Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 794 7.73 7.37 2
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia Socialist Party of Serbia 762 7.42 7.07 2
10,273 100 95.31 31
Source: Službeni List (Opština Novi Bečej), Volume 44 Number 17 (22 June 2020), p. 1; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2020; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 14, 40. There is a minor discrepancy between these sources as to the total number of votes; the latter source is here taken as definitive.

Incumbent mayor Saša Maksimović of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[33][34]

Sečanj

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Sečanj were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 3,377 52.72 50.64 13
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Socialist Party of Serbia 1,264 19.73 18.95 5
Citizens' Group: Milimirka Beba Antić–The People Know–Milimirka Antić 863 13.47 12.94 3
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 327 5.11 4.90 1
Vukašin Bačina–For a Better Municipality of Sečanj 303 4.73 4.54 1
Party of Russians of Serbia Party of Russians of Serbia 172 2.69 2.58 -
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIstván Pásztor Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 99 1.55 1.48 -
6,405 100 96.04 23
Source: "ИЗВЕШТАЈ О УКУПНИМ РЕЗУЛТАТИМА ИЗБОРА ЗА ОДБОРНИКЕ СКУПШТИНЕ ОПШТИНЕ СЕЧАЊ", Izbori 2020, Municipality of Sečanj, accessed 30 April 2021.

Incumbent mayor Predrag Rađenović of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[35]

Žitište

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Žitište were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 4,028 52.67 50.73 18
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS)–United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 1,337 17.48 16.84 6
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIstván Pásztor Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 876 11.46 11.03 3
For the Kingdom of Serbia–Honourable for the Municipality of ŽitišteDuško Kočalka
(Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia, Monarchist Front)
Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 449 5.87 5.65 1
METLA 2020–Žitište Democratic Party of Serbia 428 5.60 5.39 1
Vojvodina Front–United for Democratic Novi Sad
(League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Together for Vojvodina)
League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina 398 5.20 5.01 1
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 131 1.71 1.65 -
7,647 100 96.31 31
Source: Službeni List (Opštine Žitište), Volume 34 Number 22 (28 June 2020), p. 4.

Incumbent mayor Mitar Vučurević of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[36]

South Bačka District
Novi Sad

The results of the election for the City Assembly of Novi Sad were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 82,591 60.87 57.91 52
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia, United SerbiaDragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 16,499 12.16 11.57 10
Vojvodina Front–United for Democratic Novi Sad
(League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Vojvodina's Party, Together for Vojvodina)
League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina 6,311 4.65 4.43 3
METLA 2020 Democratic Party of Serbia 5,728 4.22 4.02 3
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Novi Sad Serbian Patriotic Alliance 5,431 4.00 3.81 3
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 5,309 3.91 3.72 3
A Totally Different Story–The People of Novi Sad 3,323 2.45 2.33 -
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIstván Pásztor Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 2,805 2.07 1.97 2
May the Masks FallGreen PartyNew Party Green Party 1,959 1.44 1.37 -
War Veterans for SerbiaMilitary Veterans Before Serbia 1,773 1.31 1.24 -
Truth–Adaviera–Ivana Vujasin 1,496 1.10 1.05 1
Russian Party Russian Party 1,381 1.02 0.97 1
Healthy Side of the City People's Freedom Movement / Healthy Serbia 1,074 0.79 0.75 -
135,680 100 95.13 78
Source: Službeni List (Grada Novog Sada), Volume 39 Number 26 (22 June 2020), p. 2.

Incumbent mayor Miloš Vučević of the Progressive Party led the For Our Children list.[37] He was subsequently confirmed for a third term as mayor by an assembly vote of seventy to six (with two invalid votes). The local government was formed by the Progressives, the Socialists, the Serbian Patriotic Alliance; the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina. The Radicals and the Democratic Party of Serbia were in opposition.[38]

Central Serbia (excluding Belgrade)

Mačva District

Local elections were held in both cities (i.e., Šabac and Loznica) and all six of the smaller municipalities of the Mačva District. The Progressive Party and its allies won in all jurisdictions, taking majority victories everywhere except Ljubovija (where they fell one seat short). In each jurisdiction, a Progressive Party delegate was chosen as mayor after the elections.

Šabac

The final results of election for the City Assembly of Šabac were not announced until 17 October 2020, due to three separate repeat votes having been held in the city before then. Both the process and the elections themselves were extremely acrimonious.[39] The results were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 30,232 49.37 48.30 37
Nebojša ZelenovićŠabac Is Ours (Together for Serbia, Serbian Renewal Movement) 18,023 29.43 28.79 22
Jelena Milošević–New Team for Šabac 5,939 9.70 9.49 7
METLA 2020–For SurvivalStronger Than the Boycott–Srđan Mitrašinović Democratic Party of Serbia 1,853 3.03 2.96 -
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia, United SerbiaDragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 1,300 2.12 2.08 -
For the Kingdom of Serbia–Dragan Ninković Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 876 1.43 1.40 -
Dr. Dejan Pavlović–European Green Party European Green Party 667 1.09 1.07 1
United Democratic SerbiaOpportunity 650 1.06 1.04 1
Russian Party–Slobodan Nikolić Russian Party 646 1.05 1.03 1
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 399 0.65 0.64 -
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Šabac Serbian Patriotic Alliance 340 0.56 0.54 -
Green Party–Mirjana Bingulac Green Party 310 0.51 0.50 -
61,235 100 97.83 69
Source: Službeni List (Grada Šapca i Opština: Bogatić, Vladimirci i Koceljeva), Volume 43 Number 21 (18 October 2020), p. 3.

Aleksandar Pajić of the Progressive Party was selected as mayor of Šabac after the election. The new city assembly was boycotted by Zelenović's list, after Zelenović charged that the assembly was improperly constituted.[40]

Bogatić

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Bogatić were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 8,006 52.27 50.76 17
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Socialist Party of Serbia 5,110 33.36 32.40 11
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,127 7.36 7.15 2
Grad. Eng. Aleksandar Firaunović–European Green Party European Green Party 638 4.17 4.04 1
For the Kingdom of Serbia-For Royal Bogatić–Milan Mašić Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 435 2.84 2.76 -
15,316 100 97.10 31
Source: Službeni List (Grada Šapca i Opština: Bogatić, Vladimirci i Koceljeva), Volume 43 Number 9 (22 June 2020), p. 8.

Milan Damnjamović of the Progressive Party was chosen as mayor after the election, and a new local administration was formed by the Progressives, the Radicals, and the European Green Party. The Socialists, who had been in power locally for several years prior to the 2020 election, abstained from voting on the new administration.[41]

Koceljeva

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Koceljeva were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 6,866 88.03 84.11 28
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Socialist Party of Serbia 934 11.97 11.44 3
7,800 100 95.55 31
Source: Službeni List (Grada Šapca i Opština: Bogatić, Vladimirci i Koceljeva), Volume 43 Number 9 (22 June 2020), p. 3.

Incumbent mayor Dušan Ilinčić of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[42]

Krupanj

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Krupanj were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 5,957 68.96 66.10 25
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Socialist Party of Serbia 1,631 18.88 18.10 6
Đorđe Todorović–Better SerbiaFor Better Krupanj and Rađevina Better Serbia 474 5.49 5.26 2
Aleksandar ŠapićSerbian Patriotic Alliance Serbian Patriotic Alliance 296 3.43 3.28 1
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 280 3.25 3.11 1
8,638 100 95.85 35
Source: zapisnik o radu-rezultati izbori.pdf, Izbori 2020, Municipality of Krupanj, accessed 29 April 2021.

Incumbent mayor Ivan Isailović of the Progressive Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[43] Progressive Party member Ivana Popović, who was elected to the national assembly in the concurrent 2020 parliamentary election, was also elected to a local assembly mandate.[44]

Loznica

The results of the election for the City Assembly of Loznica were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 23,803 68.46 65.58 43
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia, United SerbiaDragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 2,955 8.50 8.14 5
Citizens' Group: Boldly for Loznica–Dragan Pajić 2,180 6.27 6.01 4
Dr. Zoran Nikolić–Better Serbia Better Serbia 2,052 5.90 5.65 3
Milica Đurđević StamenkovskiSerbian Party Oathkeepers Serbian Party Oathkeepers 1,467 4.22 4.04 2
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 1,114 3.20 3.07 2
METLA 2020 Democratic Party of Serbia 855 2.46 2.36 -
Citizens' Group: Serbian Right for Our Home Loznica Serbian Right 341 0.98 0.94 -
34,767 100 95.78 59
Source: Službeni List (Grada Loznice), Volume 44 Number 16 (22 June 2020), p. 2.

Incumbent mayor Vidoje Petrović of the Progressive Party was confirmed for his fifth term in office following the election. The city government, which also included the Socialist Party and the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia, was endorsed by an assembly vote of fifty to five, with two invalid votes.[45]

Ljubovija

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Ljubovija were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 3,488 41.96 40.38 13
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Socialist Party of Serbia 2,615 31.46 30.27 9
SDPS–Goran Josipović Gigo Social Democratic Party of Serbia 1,076 12.95 12.46 4
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 485 5.83 5.61 1
Citizens' Group: Different from the Others–Lazar Stajić 262 3.15 3.03 -
Milan StamatovićHealthy Serbia for Healthy Ljubovija Healthy Serbia 174 2.09 2.01 -
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Ljubovija Serbian Patriotic Alliance 133 1.60 1.54 -
Citizens' Group: Serbian Right for Our Home Ljubovica Serbian Right 79 0.95 0.91 -
8,312 100 96.23 27
Source: Službeni List (Opśtine Ljubovija), Volume 13/2020 (22 June 2020), pp. 3–5.

Milan Jovanović of the Progressive Party was chosen as mayor after the election. The government was formed by the Progressives, the SDPS, and the Radicals.[46]

Mali Zvornik

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Mali Zvornik were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 4,131 55.81 53.71 17
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia Socialist Party of Serbia 1,730 23.37 22.49 7
Citizens' Group: Strength of the People–Dr. Milan Lukić 862 11.65 11.21 3
Dr. Vojislav ŠešeljSerbian Radical Party Serbian Radical Party 394 5.32 5.12 1
Aleksandar ŠapićVictory for Mali Zvornik Serbian Patriotic Alliance 285 3.85 3.71 1
7,402 100 96.24 29
Source: Službeni List (Opština Mali Zvornik), Number 9/20 (19 August 2020), p. 11.

Incumbent mayor Zoran Jevtić of the Progressive Party was confirmed for a new term in office after the election.[47]

Vladimirci

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Vladimirci were as follows:

Electoral List Main Party Votes  % Seats
Aleksandar VučićFor Our Children Serbian Progressive Party 5,966 66.27 64.17 17
For a Better Vladimirci 1,373 15.25 14.77 4
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia (SPS)–United Serbia (JS)–Dragan Marković Palma Socialist Party of Serbia 1,316 14.62 14.16 3
For the Kingdom of Serbia (POKS Vladimirci) Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia 347 3.85 3.73 1
9,002 100 96.83 25
Source: Službeni List (Grada Šapca i Opština: Bogatić, Vladimirci i Koceljeva), Volume 43 Number 9 (22 June 2020), p. 5.

Goran Zarić of the Progressive Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[48]

Notes


  1. Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008. Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently (this note self-updates) recognized as an independent state by 98 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 113 UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 15 later withdrew their recognition.

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