Serbian presidential election, 1997

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Serbian presidential election, 1997
Serbia
1997 ←
December 21, 1997 → 2002

  Vojislav Šešelj.jpg
Candidate Milan Milutinović Vojislav Šešelj
Party SPS SRS
Popular vote 2,181,808 1,383,868
Percentage 59.23% 37.57

President before election

Slobodan Milošević
Dragan Tomić (acting)

Elected President

Milan Milutinović
SPS

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Serbia

Presidential election was held in December 1997 for the new President of the Republic of Serbia (a component state within the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the 7 December and 21 December 1997 Serbian presidential election results
Candidates Nominating parties Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
Milan Milutinović Socialist Party of Serbia 1,665,822 43.70 2,181,808 59.23
Vojislav Šešelj Serbian Radical Party 1,227,076 32.19 1,383,868 37.57
Vuk Drašković Serbian Renewal Movement 587,776 15.42
Vuk Obradović Social Democracy 115,850 3.04
Dragoljub Mićunović Democratic Center 86,583 2.27
Miodrag Vidojković Citizens' Group 29,180 0.77
Predrag Vuletić Liberal-Democratic Party 21,353 0.56
Total (turnout 52.75% and 50.98%) 3,812,010 100.0 3,683,714 100.0
Registered Voters 7,226,947 7,225,860
Valid 3,733,640 3,565,676
Invalid 76,911 115,319

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