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According to preliminary results, at the general elections the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) won 35 or 36 seats in the Parliament, the Democratic Front (DF) won 18, the Key coalition (Demos, URA, SNP) 9, the Democrats (DCG) 9, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) 4, Bosniak Party (BS) 2, the Social Democrats (SD) 2, whereas the Croatian Civic Initiative (HGI) and the Albanians Resolute coalition (Forca, DUA, AA) wone one seat each. On the basis of the established candidates lists and the number of parliament seats won, CDM publishes a list of new MPs.

According to data the Centre for Democracy (CEMI) released last night, based on 95% votes processed, the Steady Strides candidates list won 41.1% of the votes and 36 seats. Centre for Democratic Transition (CDT) announced, based on 100% votes processed that Milo Djukanovic’s party won 35 seats. So, 23MPs for DSP are: Milo Đukanovic, Dusko Markovic, Milutin Simovic, Daliborka Pejovic, Mevludin Nuhodžić, Tarzan Milosevic, Branimir Gvozdenovic, Zorica Kovacevic, Miodrag Radunovic, Vladan Vučelić, Andrija Popovic, Marta Šćepanović, Petar Ivanovic, Nikola Janović, Obrad Stanisic, Marija Catovic, Andrija Nikolić, Mirsad Muric, Ana Nikolić, Maja Bakrac, Halil Duković, Predrag Boskovic, Predrag Sekulic, Suzana Pribilović, Pavle Goranović, Suad Numanović, Bogdan Fatić, Aleksandra Vukovic, Miodrag Vukovic, Luigj Škrelja, Filip Vukovic, Sanja Vlahovic, Branko Čavor, Milorad Vuletic and Željko Aprcović. In the event they won 36 seats, Nela Savković Vukčević will also become an MP. Democratic Front will be represented by 18 MPs: Andrija Mandic, Nebojsa Medojevic, Milan Knezevic, Ljiljana Đurašković, Janko Vucinic, Branko Radulovic, Predrag Bulatovic, Branka Bosnjak, Strahinja Bulajic, Slaven Radunovic, Milutin Đukanović, Vera Bulatovic, Koca Pavlovic, Budimir Aleksic, Jovan – Jole Vučurović, Marina Jocic, Milun Zogović and Veljko Vasiljević. On the basis of the Key candidates list, the nine MPs for the coalition are: Miodrag Lekic, Srdjan Milic, Zarko Rakcevic, Anka Vukicevic, Aleksandar Damjanovic, Goran Danilovic, Danijela Pavicevic, Dritan Abazovic and Goran Radonjic. The Democrats, the most pleasant surprise of these elections, will have nine MPs: Aleksa Becic, Zdenka Popović, Boris Bogdanović, Momo Koprivica, Mijomir Pejovic, Danilo Šaranović, Dženan Kolic, Valentina Minic and Vladimir Čađenović. SDP representatives in the Parliament will be: Ranko Krivokapic, Rasko Konjevic, Džavid Šabović and Draginja Vuksanovic. Ervin Ibrahimović and Nedzad Drešević will represent BS, whereas Ivan Brajovic and Vujica Lazovic will represent the Social Democrats. Albanian coalition will be represented by Genci Nimanbergu and HGI will be represented by Adrian Vuksanovic.

Source: Cafe Del Montenegro