Serb List (2012)

Serb List
Српска Листа
Srpska Lista
Leader Dobrilo Dedeić
Founded 5 January 2012
Headquarters Podgorica
Ideology Serbian nationalism
Russophilia
Right-wing populism
Hard Euroscepticism
Political position Right-wing to Far-right
National affiliation Serb Coalition
(2018-present)
Colours Red, Blue, White
Parliament of Montenegro
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Serb List (Montenegrin: Српска листа/Srpska lista) is a Serbian nationalist party in Montenegro representing the Serb minority, established on 5 January 2012.

Ideology

The party supports the Serbian Radical Party of Vojislav Šešelj in Serbia, and the view that Montenegro should return to an union with Serbia as two brotherly states.[1] Controversially, the party has proposed that Radovan Karadžić, Ratko Mladić and Šešelj become honoured citizens of towns Šavnik, Pljevlja and Kolašin, as their families hail from the region and they have worked for a common Serb cause.[2] It has earlier asked for the rehabiliation of Blažo Đukanović and another 24 Montenegrin Chetniks executed in 1943.[3]

History

The former Serb List, established in 2006, was transformed into the New Serb Democracy in 2009. Some of the members of the former alliance decided to once again establish a party under that name. The (new) Serb List was established on 5 January 2012, with the assembly choosing Rajo Vojinović as the president.[4] It was created by merging the Party of Serb Radicals, Serb Club and independent intellectuals close to the former Serbian People's Party (SNS). It currently has no seats in the Parliament, and is led by Dobrilo Dedeić, a former member of SNS and NOVA.

Elections

Parliamentary elections

Parliament of Montenegro
Year Popular vote % of popular vote Overall seats won Seat change Coalition Government
2012 5,275 1.45%
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with NS and DCB non-parliamentary
2016 did not run did not run
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non-parliamentary

Presidential elections

President of Montenegro
Election year Candidate # 1st round votes % # 2nd round votes % Notes
2018 Dobrilo Dedeić 7th 1,363 0.41% N/A

References

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