United Serbia (Serbian: Јединствена Србија / Jedinstvena Srbija) is a political party in Serbia, based in Jagodina. It was previously a close ally of New Serbia, and was a member of its coalition with the Democratic Party of Serbia.

United Serbia

Јединствена Србија
Jedinstvena Srbija
LeaderDragan Marković
FounderDragan Marković
FoundedFebruary 15, 2004 (2004-02-15)
Split fromParty of Serbian Unity
HeadquartersTerazije 3
Belgrade
Membership (2012)80,000 [1]
IdeologyNational conservatism[2][3]
Social conservatism
Right-wing populism
Regionalism
Pro-Europeanism[4]
Political positionRight-wing[5]
ColoursDark Red
National Assembly
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Assembly of Vojvodina
2 / 120
City Assembly of Belgrade
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Website
www.jedinstvenasrbija.org.rs

In the 2008 parliamentary election United Serbia won three seats as part of the coalition with the Socialist Party of Serbia and the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia. After the election coalition held unsuccessful talks with former partners Democratic Party of Serbia on forming the parliamentary majority. United Serbia was the first to announce the beginning of talks with the coalition For a European Serbia, led by the President Boris Tadić, on forming the new government.

The party leader is Dragan Marković, Mayor of Jagodina.

Electoral resultsEdit

Parliamentary electionsEdit

Year Popular vote % of popular vote # of seats Seat change Coalitions Government
2007 667,615 16.55%
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  2 With DSS-NS gov′t support
2008 313,896 7.58%
3 / 250
  1 With SPS-PUPS gov′t support
2012 567,689 14.51%
7 / 250
  4 With SPS-PUPS gov′t support
2014 484,607 13.49%
7 / 250
  With SPS-PUPS gov′t support
2016 413,770 10.95%
6 / 250
  1 With SPS-ZS-KP gov′t support
2020
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Presidential electionsEdit

President of Serbia
Election year # Candidate 1st round votes % 2nd round votes % Notes
2004 11th Ljiljana Aranđelović 11,796 0.38
2008   3rd Velimir Ilić 305,828 7.43 Support
2012   3rd Ivica Dačić 556,013 14.23 Support
2017   1st Aleksandar Vučić 2,012,788 55.05 Government coalition

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Partijsku knjižicu ima više od milion građana". Blic (in Serbian).
  2. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2016). "Serbia". Parties and Elections in Europe. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  3. ^ "ЦИЉЕВИ И ЗАДАЦИ ЈЕДИНСТВЕНЕ СРБИЈЕ" (in Serbian).
  4. ^ "ЦИЉЕВИ И ЗАДАЦИ ЈЕДИНСТВЕНЕ СРБИЈ" (in Serbian).
  5. ^ "ЦИЉЕВИ И ЗАДАЦИ ЈЕДИНСТВЕНЕ СРБИЈЕ" (in Serbian).

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