Elections in Montenegro

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Montenegro elects on national level a legislature and a head of state. The Assembly of Montenegro (Skupština) has 81 members elected for a four-year term. The President of Montenegro is elected at large with a runoff if need be. Montenegro has a multi-party system with numerous parties.

Latest elections[edit]

2013 Presidential elections[edit]

Candidate Party Votes %
Filip Vujanović Democratic Party of Socialists 161,940 51.21
Miodrag Lekić Democratic Front 154,289 48.79
Invalid/blank votes 10,574
Total 326,803 100
Registered voters/turnout 511,405 63.90
Source: Electoral Commission

2012 parliamentary election[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Coalition for a European Montenegro 165,380 45.60 39 –7
Democratic Front 82,773 22.82 20 +7
Socialist People's Party of Montenegro 40,131 11.06 9 –7
Positive Montenegro 29,881 8.24 7 New
Bosniak Party 15,124 4.17 3 +2
Serb Unity 5,275 1.45 0 New
For Unity 5,244 1.45 1 –1
Albanian Coalition 3,824 1.05 1 0
Serb National Alliance 3,085 0.85 0 New
Democratic Union of Albanians 2,848 0.79 0 –1
Croatian Civic Initiative 1,470 0.40 1 0
Together 1,384 0.38 0 New
Albanian Youth Alliance 531 0.15 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 5,764 1.59
Total 362,714 100 81
Registered voters/turnout 514,055 70.56
Source: State Electoral Commission of Montenegro

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