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Elections in Montenegro

Montenegro holds national election for the Parliament and the office of President. Montenegro has a multi-party system with numerous parties. The Parliament has 81 members elected by a system of proportional representation using D'Hondt method for a four-year term. To enter the Parliament, parties have to surpass the electoral threshold of 3%. The President of Montenegro is elected at large, with a second round runoff between the two first placed candidates, if no candidate receives an absolute majority in the first round.

Latest elections [ edit ]

2020 Parliamentary election [ edit ]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Democratic Party of Socialists 143,548 35.06 30 –6
For the Future of Montenegro 133,267 32.55 27 +6
Peace is Our Nation 51,297 12.54 10 –2
United Reform Action 22,649 5.53 4 +2
Social Democrats 16,769 4.10 3 +1
Bosniak PartyM 16,286 3.98 3 +1
Social Democratic Party 12,839 3.14 2 –2
Albanian List M 6,488 1.58 1 0
Albanian Coalition M 4,675 1.14 1 +1
Croatian Civic Initiative M 1,115 0.27 0 –1
Croatian Reform Party M 532 0.13 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 4,503 2.09
Total 413,954 100 81 0
Registered voters/turnout 541,232 76.65
Mdenotes the national minority lists, for which the 3% threshold does not apply.
Vote share
DPS
35.06%
ZBCG
32.55%
MNN
12.53%
URA
5.53%
SD
4.10%
BS
3.98%
SDP
3.14%
Others
3.11%

2018 Presidential elections [ edit ]

Candidate Party Votes %
Milo Đukanović Democratic Party of Socialists 180,274 53.90
Mladen Bojanić Independent 111,711 33.40
Draginja Vuksanović Social Democratic Party 27,441 8.20
Marko Milačić True Montenegro 9,405 2.81
Hazbija Kalač Justice and Reconciliation Party 2,677 0.80
Vasilije Miličković Independent 1,593 0.48
Dobrilo Dedeić Serb Coalition 1,363 0.41
Invalid/blank votes 5,998
Total 340,462 100
Registered voters/turnout 532,599 63.92
Source: DIK
Vote share
Đukanović
53.90%
Bojanić
33.40%
Vuksanović
8.20%
Milačić
2.81%
Others
1.69%

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