Seats allocation: No one has absolute majority

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No participant of parliamentary elections in Montenegro won absolute majority, which means no political subject can form the government by itself. There were 528.817 registered voters.

Polling booths for parliamentary and local elections in Bar, Kotor, Andrijevica and Gusinje were closed tonight at 20h.

According to NGOs who followed the elections, voter turnout was 71% by 19h.

There were 528.817 registered voters.

There were 17 national candidates lists.

10.35

CEMI-Sample of 90,7%

DPS – 36 seats

DF – 18 seats

Ključ – 9 seats

Democrats – 8 seats

SDP – 4 seats

SD – 2 seats

Bosnian Party – 2 seats

HGI -1 seat

Forca – 1 seat

22.30

CDT went through a sample of 92%. The results are following:

•DPS 41% – 35 seats

•DF 20,8% – 18 seats

•Ključ 10,8% – 9 seats

•Democrats 10,1% – 8 seats

•SDP 5,3% – 4 seats

•Bosnian Party 3,6% – 3 seats

•SD 3,1% – 2 seats

•HGI 0,5% – 1 seat

•Albanian Parties 1,9% – 1 seats

SD results could vary +/-0,42.

In the case SD does not reach census, their mandates will go one to DPS and one to Democrats.

Read about the election day here.

Source: Cafe Del Montenegro