Democratic Party of Vojvodina Hungarians

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Democratic Party of Vojvodina Hungarians
Демократска странка војвођанских Мађара
Demokratska stranka vojvođanskih Mađara
Hungarian name Vajdasági Magyar Demokrata Párt
Leader Béla Csorba
Founder András Ágoston
Founded 22 August 1997 in Srbobran
Headquarters Temerin
Ideology Regionalism
Minority rights
Colours Green, White, Red
National Assembly
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Website
www.dsvm.org.rs

Democratic Party of Vojvodina Hungarians (Hungarian: Vajdasági Magyar Demokrata Párt (VMDP); Serbian: Demokratska stranka vojvođanskih Mađara (DSVM), Демократска странка војвођанских Мађара (ДСВМ)) is an ethnic Hungarian political party in Serbia, led by Béla Csorba. It is a conservative party.

Electoral results[edit]

Parliamentary elections[edit]

Year Popular vote  % of popular vote Overall seats won Seat change Notes Government
1997 16,986 0.41%
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2000
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2003
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2007 12,940 0.32%
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2008 74,874 1.81%
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2012
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2014
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Provincial elections[edit]

Following the provincial elections in Vojvodina in 2004, the party had one member in the regional parliament of Vojvodina, in Novi Sad.

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

Local elections[edit]

In the local elections in Serbia in 2008, the party was part of 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%).