Serbian President Claims ‘Historic’ Victory For His Ruling Party

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Updated June 21, 2020
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic addresses the media outside a polling station in Belgrade on June 21, 2020 during an election for a new parliament in Europe’s first national election since the coronavirus pandemic, though few expect major surprises with the ruling party poised to dominate a scattered opposition, some of whom are boycotting the ballot.


Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic claimed a landslide victory for his ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) Sunday, taking home more than 63 per cent of the vote in a parliamentary election marred by a boycott from parts of the opposition.

“I am grateful to the people for this historic support,” Vucic, who leads the SNS party, said in a victory speech.