Kosovan parliamentary election, 2007

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Kosovan parliamentary election, 2007
Kosovo
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17 November 2007
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All 120 seats to the Assembly of Kosovo
  First party Second party
  Hashim Thaci detail, 080718-D-9880W-015.jpg Fatmir Sejdiu 2009.jpg
Leader Hashim Thaçi Fatmir Sejdiu
Party PDK LDK
Seats won 37 25
Popular vote 196,207 129,410
Percentage 34.3 % 22.6 %

Prime Minister before election

Agim Çeku
AAK

Elected Prime Minister

Hashim Thaçi
PDK

Parliamentary elections to the unicameral Assembly of Kosovo (Albanian: Kuvendi i Kosovës, Serbian: Скупштина Косова, transliterated Skupština Kosova) were held on 17 November 2007, together with municipal elections. The Assembly of Kosovo is the legislative branch of the Provisional Institutions of Self-Government that the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) created to help administration in Kosovo. The elections were scheduled by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Joachim Rücker (head of the UNMIK) on 1 September 2007.[1]

Municipal elections in Kosovo were held at the same day as the parliamentary elections.

Results[edit]

Final results were announced on 3 December 2012:


e • d Summary of the 17 November 2007 Assembly of Kosovo election results
Parties and coalitions Votes % Seats
Main Serbs Minority
Democratic Party of Kosovo (Partia Demokratike e Kosovës) 196,207 34.3 37
Democratic League of Kosovo (Lidhja Demokratike e Kosovës) 129,410 22.6 25
New Kosovo Alliance (Aleanca Kosova e Re) 70,165 12.3 13
Democratic League of DardaniaAlbanian Christian Democratic Party of Kosova (Lidhja Demokratike e Dardanisë–Partia Shqiptare Demokristane e Kosovës) 57,002 10.0 11
Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (Aleanca për Ardhmërinë e Kosovës) 54,611 9.6 10
Reformist Party ORA (Partia Reformiste ORA) 23,722 4.1 0
Party of Justice (Partia e Drejtësisë) 9,890 1.7 0
Others (including minorities' parties who won seats) 30,760 5.4 * * *
Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo (Kosova Demokratik Türk Partisi) 1 2
Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo (Partia Demokratike e Ashkanlive të Kosovës) 1 2
Vakat Coalition (Koalicija Vakat) 1 2
Independent Liberal Party (Samostalna Liberalna Stranka) 3
Serb Democratic Party of Kosovo and Metohija (Srpska Demokratska Stranka Kosova i Metohije) 3
Party of Democratic Action (Stranka Demokratske Akcije) 1 1
Serb People's Party (Srpska Narodna Stranka) 1
New Democracy (Nova Demokratija) 1
Civic Initiative of Gora (Građanska Inicijativa Gore) 1
Serb Kosovo-Metohija Party (Srpska Kosovsko-Metohijska Stranka) 1
New Democratic Initiative of Kosovo (Iniciativa e Re Demokratike e Kosovës) 1
Union of Independent Social Democrats of Kosovo and Metohija (Savez Nezavisnih Socijaldemokrata Kosova i Metohije) 1
United Roma Party of Kosovo (Partia Rome e Bashkuar e Kosovës) 1
Total (turnout 40.10%) 628,630 100.0 100 10 10
Source: CEC, elected candidates

Minority seats:

Of the ten seats reserved for the Serbs, six were won by four parties which decided to form a coalition on 2007-12-05:[2] Slaviša Petković's Serb Democratic Party of Kosovo and Metohija, Dragiša Mirić's Serb Kosovo-Metohija Party, Mihajl Šćepanović's Serb People's Party and Nebojša Živić's Union of Independent Social Democrats of Kosovo and Metohija.

Notes[edit]

See also[edit]

wikisource:File:Kosovo CEC Report on political entiry campaign financial disclosures for 2007 Kosovo elections.pdf