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2012 Montenegrin parliamentary election

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2012 Montenegrin parliamentary election
Montenegro
← 2009 14 October 2012 2016 →
Turnout70.56% Increase 4.3pp
Party Leader % Seats ±
ECG Milo Đukanović 45.60 39 -7
DF Miodrag Lekić 22.82 20 +7
SNP Srđan Milić 11.06 9 -7
PCG Darko Pajović 8.24 7 New
BS Rafet Husović 4.17 3 +2
ZJ Nazif Cungu 1.45 1 -1
AK Fatmir Gjeka 1.05 1 0
HGI Marija Vučinović 0.40 1 New
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Igor Lukšić
DPS
Milo Đukanović
DPS

Early parliamentary elections were held in Montenegro on 14 October 2012.[1] The result was a victory for the ruling European Montenegro led by Milo Đukanović, which won 39 of the 81 MPs.

Electoral system

Elections in Montenegro are free, with the right of secret ballot guaranteed. Because the country has a single national voting district, all votes cast at individual voting stations across the country went towards a single total. Parliament has 81 members, 41 is needed for a majority, its term lasts four years.

The electoral threshold was 3%, so electoral lists receiving under three percent of the total votes cast were crossed out, and the MPs within the assembly were split amongst the remaining lists.

Seats were distributed by the D'Hondt method, which slightly favors leading lists above the smaller ones.

Electoral lists

Several coalitions were formed or continued for the election:[2]

Coalition Party Main ideology Leader
European Montenegro
DPS-SDP-LP Social democracy Milo Đukanović
Democratic Front
NOVA-PzP Big tent, populism Miodrag Lekić
Socialist People's Party
Social conservatism Srđan Milić
Positive Montenegro
Social liberalism Darko Pajović
Bosniak Party
Minority politics Rafet Husović
Serb Unity
NS-SL-DCB Conservatism Jovan Markuš
For Unity
FORCA-AKP Minority politics Nazif Cungu
Albanian Coalition
DS-DP-AA Minority politics Fatmir Gjeka
Serb National Alliance
DSS-SSR Conservatism Ranko Kadić
Democratic Union of Albanians
Minority politics Mehmet Zenka
Croatian Civic Initiative
Minority politics Marija Vučinović
Together
JKP-PUPI Left-wing populism Zoran Radošević

Opinion polls

Poll results are listed in the table below in reverse chronological order, showing the most recent first, and using the date the survey's fieldwork was done, as opposed to the date of publication. If such date is unknown, the date of publication is given instead. The highest percentage figure in each polling survey is displayed in bold, and the background shaded in the leading party's colour. In the instance that there is a tie, then no figure is shaded. The lead column on the right shows the percentage-point difference between the two parties with the highest figures. When a specific poll does not show a data figure for a party, the party's cell corresponding to that poll is shown empty. The threshold for a party to elect members is 3%.

Date Polling Firm/
Source
ECG BS SNP DF PCG Others Lead
Nova PzP
Oct 2012 CeDem 47.2 2.3 14.9 18.5 10.2 6.9 28.7
Oct 2012 Ipsos 47 2.5 11 24 8 7.5 23
July 2012 DeFacto 50.7 2.9 18.2 9.4 7.1 8.3 3.4 32.5
Dec 2011 CeDem 54.4 ECG 17.2 9.1 6.8 15.5 37.2
Sep 2011 CeDem 54.1 ECG 17.9 8.2 7.7 12.2 28.2
Dec 2010 CeDem 56.4 ECG 19.7 6.1 6.9 10.7 28.2
Oct 2010 CeDem 56.9 ECG 17.8 9.2 4.7 11.3 30.3
July 2010 CeDem 53.2 ECG 18.6 8.1 4.9 15.2 30.3
Oct 2009 Election 51.9 16.8 9.2 6.0 16.1 35.1

Results

Results of election by municipality;*Red - DPS-SDP list absolute majority (left photo)*Pink - DPS-SDP list relative majority (left photo)*Blue - SNP list absolute majority (left photo)*Green and light blue - ethnic minority parties (both)*Maroon - government (DPS-SDP) majority (right)*Cyan - opposition united (DF-SNP-PCG) majority (right)
Results of election by municipality;
*Red - DPS-SDP list absolute majority (left photo)
*Pink - DPS-SDP list relative majority (left photo)
*Blue - SNP list absolute majority (left photo)
*Green and light blue - ethnic minority parties (both)
*Maroon - government (DPS-SDP) majority (right)
*Cyan - opposition united (DF-SNP-PCG) majority (right)
Party Votes % Seats +/–
European Montenegro (DPS-SDP-LP) 165,380 45.60 39 –7
Democratic Front (NOVA-PzP) 82,773 22.82 20 +7
Socialist People's Party 40,131 11.06 9 –7
Positive Montenegro 29,881 8.24 7 New
Bosniak Party of Montenegro 15,124 4.17 3 +2
Serb Unity (NS-SL-DCB) 5,275 1.45 0 New
For Unity (FORCA-AKP) 5,244 1.45 1 –1
Albanian Coalition (DS-DP-AA) 3,824 1.05 1 0
Serb National Alliance (DSS-SSR) 3,085 0.85 0 New
Democratic Union of Albanians 2,848 0.79 0 –1
Croatian Civic Initiative 1,470 0.40 1 0
Together (JKP-PUPI) 1,384 0.38 0 New
Albanian Youth League 531 0.15 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 5,764 1.59
Total 362,714 100 81
Registered voters/turnout 514,055 70.56
Source: State Electoral Commission of Montenegro
Vote share
ECG
45.60%
DF
22.82%
SNP
11.06%
PCG
8.24%
BS
4.17%
Others
8.11%
Seats
ECG (39)
48.14%
DF (20)
24.69%
SNP (9)
11.11%
PCG (7)
8.64%
Minorities (6)
7.40%

References

  1. ^ "Montenegro to hold October election as EU talks begin".
  2. ^ Election Profile IFES
This page was last edited on 30 August 2020, at 14:30
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