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Montag, Dezember 29, 2003
 
Elections in Serbia
I think it is a strange election when some of the main candidates are held in Prison by the EU in Den Haag for bad crimes against another countries population.
I was also reminded on Life of Brian when I saw there is one party called "Democrat Party" and another "Democratic Party of Serbia".
I also am not used to any party using the word "radical" in their name.
But well - in Serbia this all seems possible and was even elected.

The Serbian Radical Party got 81 seats and became so strongest single party. But this isn't enough to make a government when there are 250 seats at all, so who would be next?

Democratic Party of Serbia with 53 seats.
Democratic Party with 37 seats.
G 17 plus with 34 seats.
Serbian Renewal Movement - New Serbia with 23 seats.
Socialist Party of Serbia with 22 seats.

Well, at least what calls themselves Democrats get on total more seats that what calls themselves Radical.

I do hope, Serbia will come forward on its way into Europe as some other ex-jugoslavia countries are doing right now. The BBC also offers some Party Profiles for each party.