Social Democratic Union (Serbia)

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Social Democratic Union
Социјалдемократска унија
Socijaldemokratska unija
Leader Miloš Adamović
Founder Žarko Korać
Founded 1998 (re-founded in 2003)
Headquarters Kralja Milana 34, Belgrade
Youth wing Social Democratic Youth
Ideology Social democracy
Political position Centre-left
European affiliation None
International affiliation None
Colours Red
National Assembly
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The Social Democratic Union (Serbian: Социјалдемократска унија / Socijaldemokratska unija, (SDU) is a social democratic political party in Serbia.[1]

The SDU was founded in 1998. In 2002 the SDU merged with Social Democracy (SD) and founded the Social Democratic Party (SDP).[1] A year later, disenchanted members of the SDP, led by Žarko Korać, left and re-founded the SDU in 2003.[1]

In the 2014 election SDU was again part of the coalition around Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) but the coalition failed to enter the parliament. It gained 3.4% of the votes, and did not reach the threshold of 5%.


  1. ^ a b c "Social democratic parties". European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity. 

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