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Serbia: The Parliamentary Election

A comment to A Fistful of EurosSerbian election post: “Nobody expected this result but I think the message here from a Serbian viewpoint is that the electorate didn’t buy the view that further EU integration means recognition of Kosovo by default.” BBC's Mark Mardell is following the election at Eurobloghere, here and here. Eric Gordy is following the election at East Ethniahere, here, here and here. Gray Falcon writes that “the only way the Democrats will have won this election is if they can somehow defeat the math that says they do not have a majority to form a government.” Greater Surbiton blogs on the Serbian Radical Party – and on the preliminary election results: “[…] This election represents a watershed; despite the recognition of Kosova, the danger of a Serbian backslide into popular extreme nationalism has been averted. […]”

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