Vojvodina parliamentary election, 2012

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Parliamentary elections were held in Vojvodina in May 2012.[1] The first round was held on 6 May, while the second round was held on 20 May.

Lists which participated in the election[edit]

  1. Choice for a better Vojvodina - Dr Bojan Pajtić (Izbor za bolju Vojvodinu - Dr Bojan Pajtić), a coalition led by the Democratic Party
  2. League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina - Nenad Čanak (Liga Socijaldemokrata Vojvodine - Nenad Čanak)
  3. United Regions of Serbia - Mlađan Dinkić (Ujedinjeni regioni Srbije - Mlađan Dinkić)
  4. Serbian Radical Party - Dr Vojislav Šešelj (Srpska Radikalna Stranka - Dr Vojislav Šešelj)
  5. Let's Get Vojvodina Moving - Tomislav Nikolić (Pokrenimo Vojvodinu - Tomislav Nikolić), a coalition led by the Serbian Progressive Party
  6. Democratic Party of Serbia - Vojislav Koštunica (Demokratska Stranka Srbije - Vojislav Koštunica)
  7. Čedomir Jovanović - Vojvodinian Preokret (Čedomir Jovanović - Vojvođanski Preokret)
  8. Ivica Dačić - SPS - PUPS - JS - SDPS, a coalition of Socialist Party of Serbia, Party of United Pensioners of Serbia, United Serbia and Socialdemocratic Party of Serbia
  9. Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - Ištvan Pastor (Savez Vojvođanskih Mađara - Ištvan Pastor)
  10. Dveri for Serbian Vojvodina (Dveri za Srpsku Vojvodinu)
  11. All Together: BDZ, GSM, DZH, DZVM, Slovak Party - Laslo Rac Sabo (Sve Zajedno: BDZ, GSM, DZH, DZVM, Slovačka Stranka - Laslo Rac Sabo), a coalition of Bosniak Democratic Union, Civil Alliance of Hungarians, Democratic Union of Croats, Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians and Slovak Party
  12. Movement of Hungarian Hope - Balint Laslo (Pokret Mađarske Nade - Balint Laslo)
  13. Montenegrin Party - Nenad Stevović (Crnogorska Partija - Nenad Stevović)
  14. Serbian Democratic Party - Dragan Dašić (Srpska Demokratska Stranka - Dragan Dašić)


Results[edit]

First round[edit]

Results of the first round of the elections (by proportional system):[2][3]
Party or coalition Percent
of votes
Number of
seats won
Choice for a Better Vojvodina – Dr Bojan Pajtić 20.98% 16
Let's Get Vojvodina MovingTomislav Nikolić 18.32% 14
Ivica DačićSPSPUPSJSSDPS 11.26% 9
League of Social Democrats of VojvodinaNenad Čanak 11.01% 8
Serbian Radical Party – Dr Vojislav Šešelj 6.30% 5
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIštvan Pastor 6.15% 4
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 5.92% 4
Čedomir JovanovićVojvodinian U-Turn 4.76% 0
Dveri for Serbian Vojvodina 4.56% 0
United Regions of SerbiaMlađan Dinkić 3.85% 0
Serbian Democratic PartyDragan Dašić 0.64% 0
Movement of Hungarian HopeBalint Laslo 0.59% 0
All Together: BDZ, GSM, DZH, DZVM, Slovak PartyLaslo Rac Sabo 0.47% 0
Montenegrin PartyNenad Stevović 0.26% 0

Second round[edit]

Results of the second round of the elections (by majority system):[4][5]
Party or coalition Number of
seats won
Choice for a Better Vojvodina – Dr Bojan Pajtić 42
Let's Get Vojvodina MovingTomislav Nikolić 8
Ivica DačićSPSPUPSJSSDPS 4
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIštvan Pastor 3
League of Social Democrats of VojvodinaNenad Čanak 2
Čedomir Jovanović - Vojvodinian Preokret 1

Combined results from both rounds[edit]

Number of seats in the assembly:[6][7][8][9]
Party or coalition Percent
of votes
Number of
seats won
Choice for a Better Vojvodina – Dr Bojan Pajtić 48.33% 58
Let's Get Vojvodina MovingTomislav Nikolić 18.33% 22
Ivica DačićSPSPUPSJSSDPS 10.83% 13
League of Social Democrats of VojvodinaNenad Čanak 8.33% 10
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansIštvan Pastor 5.83% 7
Serbian Radical Party – Dr Vojislav Šešelj 4.17% 5
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 3.33% 4
Čedomir Jovanović - Vojvodinian Preokret 0.83% 1

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