Politika daily: Electoral threshold to be reduced from five to three percent

Politika daily: Electoral threshold to be reduced from five to three percent

Politika daily: Electoral threshold to be reduced from five to three percent Izvor: N1

Only three percent of votes will be sufficient In the upcoming local and parliamentary elections in Serbia, to win seats in the Parliament, according to 'Politika' daily.

Citing sources in the government, the daily said that the Parliament will amend the Law on Election of Representatives as well as the Law on Local Election in a session next month, and change current provisions according to which only the list that crosses the five percent threshold are entitled to seats in the parliament.

The session is likely to take place at the beginning of February.

According to the daily, the ruling coalition has a majority to pass the decision to decrease the threshold from five to three percent, which will make it easier for small political parties and coalitions to enter the Parliament.

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