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(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
‘War threats’ dominate Serbian front pages (27.04.2017)
An upsurge of political tensions between Albania, Kosovo, and Serbia have caused Belgrade tabloids to warn of impending war – but their lurid predictions, in the absence of any genuine threat, only benefit all three countries’ ruling politicians, analysts claimed.
Vucic elected Serbia's new president in first round (05.04.2017)
SNS leader and Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic has declared his victory in the presidential elections held in Serbia on Sunday, April 2.
Few foreign observers to monitor Serbian elections (28.03.2017)
At least 17 foreign organisations will monitor Serbia’s presidential elections, but with the OSCE only sending a limited mission, domestic NGOs will carry the greater burden of reporting irregularities.
The OSCE will deploy a limited mission to monitor the presidential election in Serbia, Beta is reporting.
Serbia to hold snap elections in April (07.03.2017)
Serbian presidential elections will be held 2 April, the speaker of the Serbian Parliament announced on Thursday (2 March).
New head of OSCE mission to Serbia (06.10.2016)
Ambassador Andrea Orizio, an Italian career diplomat, assumed his duties as Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia.
Serbian lawmakers approve new government (12.08.2016)
(Prime Minister Aleksandar) Vucic cut short his previous term and called the early vote in April, saying that he needs a full four years to implement reforms and guide the Balkan country toward European Union membership.