Montenegrin local elections, 2016

Montenegrin local elections, 2016
157 seats in the local parliaments
7 April (Tivat)
16 October (4 municipalities)

Party Leader % Seats ±
DPS Milo Đukanović 43.94 69 -1
DF Andrija Mandić 10.19 16 -3
SNP Srđan Milić 9.55 16 +1
SD Ivan Brajović 8.28 13 New
DCG Aleksa Bečić 7.64 12 New
SDP Ranko Krivokapić 6.36 10 -7
PzG Rusmin Laličić 3.82 6 +2
HGI Adrijan Vuksanović 1.91 3 -2
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Mayoral seats before Mayoral seats after
DPS (5) DPS (3)
DCG (2)

Municipal elections were held in Montenegro on 17 April in Tivat and on 16 October in Andrijevica, Budva, Gusinje and Kotor.

Results

April elections

Tivat

PartyVotes%Seats[1]
Democratic Party of Socialists3,37444.74%17
Social Democrats78710.43%4
Social Democratic Party5637.46%2
Tivat Action5447.21%2
Socialist People's Party4716.25%2
Croatian Civic Initiative3945.22%2
Democratic Serb Party3654.84%1
Boka Forum3274.34%1
Arsenal for Tivat3204.24%1
Montenegrin Democratic Union1822.41%-
Serbian Radical Party1391.84%-
Tivat Liberals761.01%-

This election was boycotted by several opposition parties and coalitions due to unfair conditions[2].

Elected mayor: Snežana Matijević (DPS)

October elections

Budva

PartyVotes%Seats[3]
Democratic Party of Socialists3,88333.45%12
Democrats2,26319.49%7
Democratic Front2,23119.22%7
Montenegrin Democratic Union9318.02%3
Coalition Socialist People's Party-DEMOS7736.60%2
Coalition Social Democratic Party-United Reform Action-Liberal Party6035.19%1
Social Democrats4563.92%1
Civic Action2051.76%-
Positive Montenegro1341.15%-
Independent list "Uplift Budva"1281.10%-

Elected mayor: Dragan Krapović (Democrats)

Kotor

PartyVotes%Seats[4]
Democratic Party of Socialists4,01432.71%12
Democrats1,80114.68%5
Democratic Front1,66013.53%5
Socialist People's Party9968.12%3
Social Democratic Party9777.96%3
Social Democrats6975.68%2
Liberal Party5354.36%1
United Reform Action4153.38%1
Croatian Civic Initiative3823.10%1
Party of Serb Radicals3532.88%-
Demos2642.15%-
Positive Montenegro1771.44%-

Elected mayor: Vladimir Jokić (Democrats)

Andrijevica

PartyVotes%Seats[5]
Democratic Party of Socialists1,86557.07%20
Democratic Front54416.65%5
Socialist People's Party51815.85%5
Social Democrats1374.19%1
Social Democratic Party812.23%-
Demos812.23%-
Positive Montenegro421.28%-

Elected mayor: Srđan Mašović (DPS)

Gusinje

PartyVotes%Seats[6]
Democratic Party of Socialists?26.8%9
Party for Gusinje?18.4%6
Social Democrats?13.7%4
Democratic League?11.5%3
Social Democratic Party?10.1%3
Coalition Democratic Union of Albanians-Albanian Alliance?8.9%3
Bosniak Party?5.2%1
Socialist People's Party?4.6%1

Elected mayor: Anela Čekić (DPS)

References

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