December 1992 Serbian local elections
Local elections were held in cities and municipalities across Serbia on 20 December 1992, with a second round of voting taking place on 3 January 1993. The local elections were held concurrently with parliamentary elections in Yugoslavia, presidential and parliamentary elections in Serbia, and elections for the Vojvodina provincial assembly.
The elections were held under a two-round system of voting in single-member constituencies. Taking place during the authoritarian rule of Serbian president Slobodan Milošević, the elections unsurprisingly resulted in a victory for the Socialist Party of Serbia in most jurisdictions, including the capital Belgrade.
This was the second local election cycle to take place while Serbia was a member of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and it occurred against the backdrop of ongoing wars in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.