United Srpska

United Srpska (Serbian: Уједињена Српска/Ujedinjena Srpska or US) is a political party based in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. A Serbian nationalist party, United Srpska was formed in December 2015 following a split from the Serb Democratic Party.

United Srpska
Уједињена Српска
Ujedinjena Srpska
PresidentNenad Stevandić
FoundedDecember 2015
Split fromSerb Democratic Party
Preceded byFree Democratic Serb Group
HeadquartersJovana Dučića 25,
78000 Banja Luka
IdeologySerbian nationalism[1]
National conservatism
Political positionRight-wing to far-right
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United Srpska president, Nenad Stevandić, formed the party after criticising the Serb Democratic Party for a perceived lack of sufficient nationalism, stating that its representatives on a national level have aimed to "destroy Republika Srpska".[4] During the 9th convocation of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska, Stevandić was a part of the Free Democratic Serb Group, which comprised other right-wing SDS dissidents.

At the 2018 general election, US gained representation within the National Assembly in its own right for the first time. With 3.09% of the vote, the party had four deputies elected. In November 2018, it was announced that US would participate in the governing coalition, alongside SNSD, DNS, SP and NDP.[5]

Natalija Trivić became the party's first minister appointed to the Government of Republika Srpska, serving as Minister for Education and Culture since December 2018.

List of presidentsEdit

# Name
Term of Office
1 Nenad Stevandić
(b. 1966)
December 2015 present

Electoral resultsEdit

Parliamentary electionsEdit

National Assembly of Republika Srpska
Year # Popular vote % # of seats Seat change Coalition Government
2018 8th 21,187 3.09%
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New government
2022 7th 32,700 5.11%
4 / 83
  1 government

Positions heldEdit

Major positions held by United Srpska members:

Speaker of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska Years
Nenad Stevandić 2022–


  1. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2018). "Serbian Republic/Bosnia-Herzegovina". Parties and Elections in Europe.
  2. ^ "BiH: United Srpska party banned from participating in the upcoming local election". 7 October 2020.
  3. ^ "Scandalous Video of the United Srpska caused Criticism on Social Networks". 20 September 2020.
  4. ^ U. Vukić, Foto: A. Čavić (25 May 2015). "Stevandić napustio SDS". Nezavisne novine.
  5. ^ "DODIK OTKRIO: U novoj vladi i Ujedinjena Srpska, NDP i dobojska grupa, još ima vremena da se i drugi pojave! (VIDEO)". kurir.rs.

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