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List of political parties in Serbia

This is a list of political parties in Serbia. Serbia has a multi-party system with numerous parties, in which no one party often has a chance of gaining power alone. Parties must cooperate to form coalition governments.

Contents

  • The parties 1
    • Parties represented in the National Assembly 1.1
    • Non-parliamentary parties 1.2
  • See also 2

The parties

Parties represented in the National Assembly

There are sixteen political parties represented in the National Assembly.

Name Abbr. Leader Ideology Political position MPs
Serbian Progressive Party
Српска напредна странка / Srpska napredna stranka
SNS Aleksandar Vučić Conservatism
Populism
Centre-right
Socialist Party of Serbia
Социјалистичка партија Србије / Socjalistička partija Srbje
SPS Ivica Dačić Left-wing nationalism
Populism
Centre-left
Democratic Party
Демократска странка / Demokratska stranka
DS Bojan Pajtić Social democracy
Social Liberalism
Centre to Centre-left
Party of United Pensioners of Serbia
Партија уједињених пензионера Србије / Partija ujedinjenih penzionera Srbije
PUPS Jovan Krkobabić Pensioners' interests Centre-left to Left-wing
12 / 250
Social Democratic Party of Serbia
Социјалдемократска партија Србије / Socijaldemokratska partija Srbije
SDPS Rasim Ljajić Social democracy Centre-left
10 / 250
Social Democratic Party
Социјалдемократска странка / Socijaldemokratska stranka
SDS Boris Tadić Social democracy Centre-left
9 / 250
United Serbia
Јединствена Србија / Jedinstvena Srbija
JS Dragan Marković Conservatism
Populism
Centre-right
7 / 250
League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina
Лига социјалдемократа Војводине / Liga socijaldemokrata Vojvodine
LSV Nenad Čanak Social democracy
Regionalism
Centre-left
6 / 250
New Serbia
Нова Србија / Nova Srbija
NS Velimir Ilić Right-wing populism
Monarchism
Centre-right
6 / 250
Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians
Савез војвођанских Мађара / Savez vojvođanskih Mađara
SVM István Pásztor Hungarian minority politics Minority politics
Regionalism
6 / 250
Serbian Renewal Movement
Српски покрет обнове / Srpski pokret obnove
SPO Vuk Drašković Monarchism
Pro-Europeanism
Centre-right
Movement of Socialists
Покрет социјалиста / Pokret socijalista
PS Aleksandar Vulin Socialism Left-wing
3 / 250
Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak
Странка демократске акције Санџака / Stranka demokratske akcije Sandžaka
SDA Sulejman Ugljanin Bosniak minority politics Minority politics
3 / 250
Together for Serbia
Заједно за Србију / Zajedno za Srbiju
ZZS Dušan Petrović Social democracy Centre-left
2 / 250
New Party
Нова странка / Nova stranka
NOVA Zoran Živković Liberalism
Pro-Europeanism
Centre
2 / 250
Strength of Serbia Movement
Покрет снага Србије / Pokret snaga Srbije
PSS Milanka Karić Liberal conservatism
Pro-Europeanism
Centre-right
2 / 250
Party for Democratic Action
Партија за демократско деловање / Partija za demokratsko delovanje
PDD Riza Halimi Albanian minority politics
Regionalism
Minority politics
2 / 250
Christian Democratic Party of Serbia
Демохришћанска странка Србије / Demohrišćanska stranka Srbije
DHSS Olgica Batić Christian democracy Centre to Centre-right
1 / 250
Greens of Serbia
Зелени Србије / Zeleni Srbije
ZS Ivan Karić Green politics Centre-left
1 / 250

Non-parliamentary parties

See also


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