1996 Yugoslavian parliamentary election
Parliamentary elections were held in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on 3 November 1996. A coalition of the Socialist Party of Serbia, the Yugoslav Left and New Democracy emerged as the largest bloc in the Federal Parliament, winning 64 of the 138 seats. Radoje Kontić, member of the Montenegrin ruling party, the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro, was confirmed as Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. He was replaced, in 1998, by Momir Bulatović, leader of Socialist People's Party of Montenegro.
|Serbian Radical Party||779,259||19.1||16||–14|
|Union of Vojvodina Hungarians||81,311||2.0||3||New|
|List for Sandžak||62,111||1.5||2||New|
|Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro||146,221||50.8||20||+3|
|People's Party of Montenegro||66,165||23.0||8||+4|
|Social Democratic Party of Montenegro||26,128||9.1||1||New|
|Party of Democratic Action of Montenegro||12,327||4.3||1||New|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
a Together was an alliance of the Serbian Renewal Movement, the Democratic Party, the Civic Alliance of Serbia, the Democratic Party of Serbia and the Association of Free and Independent Trade Unions of Serbia.