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BELGRADE, April 24. /TASS/. Serbia’s Aleksandar Vucic - Serbia Wins coalition formed around the Serbian Progressive Party is leading the Sunday parliamentary polls with 56.2% of the vote, according to exit polls conducted by Center for Free Elections and Democracy or CeSID.
The Aleksandar Vucic - Serbia Wins coalition is followed by a collation formed around the Socialist Party of Serbia lead by the current first deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs, Ivica Dacic, which is scoring 10.9% of the vote.
Third is Vojislav Seselj’s Serbian Radical Party with 7.3% of the vote.
A total of 3,270 candidates representing 20 party tickets run for 250 seats in Skupshchina, the Serbian parliament. The parties are to surpass a 5% threshold to be able to win seats in parliament. The deputies are elected for four years.