Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians

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Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians
Демократска заједница војвођанских Мађара
Demokratska zajednica vojvođanskih Mađara
Hungarian name Vajdasági Magyarok Demokratikus Közössége
Leader Áron Csonka
Headquarters Bečej
Ideology Regionalism
Minority rights
Website
www.vmdk.org.rs
Politics of Serbia
Political parties
Elections

Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians (Hungarian: Vajdasági Magyarok Demokratikus Közössége (VMDK), Serbian: Демократска заједница војвођанских Мађара (ДЗВМ), Demokratska zajednica vojvođanskih Mađara (DZVM) is an ethnic Hungarian political party in Serbia. It was led by Sándor Páll until his death in 2010. Current party leader is Áron Csonka. The party's headquarters are in Bečej. In 2008 elections, the Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians was part of Hungarian Coalition, which also included two other ethnic Hungarian political parties in Serbia. In 2012 elections, the party was part of the All Together coalition.

Participation in elections[edit]

State elections[edit]

In the 2008 parliamentary elections in Serbia, the party was part of the Hungarian Coalition, which won 4 seats in the Serbian parliament.

In the 2012 parliamentary elections in Serbia, the party was part of the All Together coalition, which won 1 seat in the Serbian parliament.

Provincial elections[edit]

In the provincial elections in Vojvodina in 2008, the party was part of the Hungarian Coalition, which won 7% of votes in the first election round.

In the provincial elections in Vojvodina in 2012, the party was part of the All Together coalition, which won 0.47% of votes in the first election round and which won no seats in the provincial parliament.

Local elections[edit]

In the local elections in Serbia in 2008, the party was part of the Hungarian Coalition, which won the majority of votes in Kanjiža (50.91%), as well as plurality of votes in Senta (31.87%), Bačka Topola (46.25%), Mali Iđoš (37.18%), and Bečej (29.63%).

In the local elections in Serbia in 2012, the party was part of the All Together coalition, which did not won the plurality of votes in any municipality in Vojvodina.

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