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September–October 2002 Serbian presidential election

Presidential elections were held in Serbia on 29 September 2002, with a second round on 13 October.[1] However, the result was invalidated because turnout in the second round was less than 50% of eligible voters. Fresh elections were held in December.

Serbian presidential election, September–October 2002

← 1997 29 September 2002 (first round)
13 October 2002 (second round)
December 2002 →
  Vojislav Koštunica 2005.jpg Miroljub Labus2.jpg
Candidate Vojislav Koštunica Miroljub Labus
Party DSS Independent
Popular vote 1,991,947 921,094
Percentage 68.38% 31.62%

President before election

Milan Milutinović
SPS

Elected President

None
Nataša Mićić (acting)
GSS

ResultsEdit

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Vojislav Koštunica Democratic Party of Serbia 1,123,420 31.56 1,991,947 68.38
Miroljub Labus "Best for Serbia - Miroljub Labus" 995,200 27.96 921,094 31.62
Vojislav Šešelj Serbian Radical Party 845,308 23.74
Vuk Drašković Serbian Renewal Movement 159,959 4.49
Borislav Pelević Party of Serbian Unity 139,047 3.91
Velimir Živojinović Socialist Party of Serbia 119,052 3.34
Nebojša Pavković Independent 75,662 2.13
Branislav-Bane Ivković Socialists for the Return to Basics 42,853 1.20
Vuk Obradović Social Democracy 26,050 0.73
Tomislav Lalošević 25,133 0.71
Dragan Radenović Society of Free Citizens 8,280 0.23
Invalid/blank votes 74,534 65,427
Total 3,634,498 100 2,978,468 100
Registered voters/turnout 6,553,042 55.46 6,553,042 45.45
Source: RIK, RIK

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