2001 Kosovan parliamentary election

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Parliamentary elections were held in Kosovo on 17 November 2001. It was succeeded by the 2004 Kosovan parliamentary election. The first President of Kosovo taking office after the start of the UN Administration Ibrahim Rugova, was re elected and took office on March 2, 2002. It was held under the government of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo.[1]

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Results[edit]

Parties and coalitions Votes % Seats Minority
LDK - Democratic League of Kosovo (Lidhja Demokratike e Kosovës) 359,851 45.65 47 -
PDK - Democratic Party of Kosovo (Partia Demokratike e Kosovës) 202,622 25.7 30 -
Coalition "Return" (Koalicija "Povratak") 89,388 11.34 12 +10
AAK - Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (Aleanca për Ardhmërinë e Kosovës) 61,688 7.83 8 -
Coalition Vakat (Koalicija Vakat) 9,030 1.15 2 +2
National Movement for the Liberation of Kosovo 8,725 1.11 1 -
KDTP - Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo (Kosova Demokratik Türk Partisi) 7,879 1.00 1 +2
Albanian Democratic Party of Kosovo 7,701 0.98 1 -
Party of Justice - PD (Partia e Drejtësisë) 4,504 0.57 1 -
People's Movement of Kosovo 4,404 0.56 1 -
IRDK (Iniciativa e re Demokrarike e Kosovës) 3,976 0.5 0 +2
PDAK - Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo 3,411 0.43 0 +2
SDA - Party of Democratic Action (Stranka Demokratske Akcije) 2,906 0.37 0 +1
United Roma Party of Kosovo (Partia Rome e Bashkuar e Kosovës) 2,717 0.34 0 +1
Total 100.0 100 +20
Source: B92

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "OSCE Kosovo Elections".