2000 Serbian parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in the Republic of Serbia on 23 December 2000.[1] They were the first free parliamentary elections after the fall of Slobodan Milošević. The result was a victory for the Democratic Opposition of Serbia, which won 176 of the 250 seats in the National Assembly.[1]

2000 Serbian parliamentary election
Serbia
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All 250 seats in the National Assembly
126 seats needed for a majority
Turnout57.72%
Party Leader % Seats ±
DOS Zoran Đinđić 64.09 176 +171
SPS Slobodan Milošević 13.76 37 -48
SRS Vojislav Šešelj 8.60 23 -59
SSJ Borislav Pelević 5.33 14 New
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Mirko Marjanović
SPS
Zoran Đinđić
DS

ResultsEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Democratic Opposition of Serbia[a] 2,404,758 64.08 176 +163
Socialist Party of Serbia 516,326 13.76 37 –48
Serbian Radical Party 322,615 8.60 23 –59
Party of Serbian Unity List[b] 200,052 5.33 14 New
Serbian Renewal Movement 141,401 3.76 0 –45
Democratic Socialist Party 31,973 0.85 0 New
Serbian Social Democratic Party 29,400 0.78 0 New
Yugoslav Left 14,324 0.38 0 –20
Invalid 89,800 2.39    
Total 3,752,170 100 250 0
Registered voters/turnout 6,508,856 57.64
Vote share
DOS
64.09%
SPS
13.76%
SRS
8.60%
SSJ
5.33%
Others
8.22%
Parliament Seats
DOS
70.40%
SPS
14.80%
SRS
9.20%
SSJ
5.60%

This election resulted in a Gallagher index of 7.38, which measures disproportionality of votes received and seats allocated to each party.

 

  DOS  (176)
  SPS  (37)
  SRS  (23)
  SSJ  (14)

NotesEdit

a The DOS was a coalition of:

b The SSJ list consisted of:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Janusz Bugajski (2002) Political Parties of Eastern Europe: A Guide to Politics in the Post-Communist Era, pp434