44 parties and groups of citizens put up their candidates in the first multi-party elections in Serbia in 1990. There were 1,706 candidates altogether. Judging by today’s standards this number is extremely low. This “imperfection” was already removed in the early parliamentary elections in 1992. A number of claimants for a seat in the parliament […]
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