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2020 Montenegrin municipal elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 Montenegrin local elections
Montenegro
← 2018 30 August 2020 (5 municipalities) 2021 →

157 seats in local parliaments
Party Leader % Seats ±
DPS Milo Đukanović 36.94 58 -20
ZBCG Zdravko Krivokapić 28.66 45 +13
MNN Aleksa Bečić 14.01 22 +10
SD Ivan Brajović 8.91 14 +1
AK Fatmir Gjeka 3.82 6 +1
SDP Draginja Vuksanović 3.18 5 -5
BS Rafet Husović 1.91 3 +2
URA Dritan Abazović 1.91 3 +1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Mayoral seats before Mayoral seats after
DPS (5)[a] DF (1)
Democrats (1)
SNP (1)
DPS (1)
Independent (1)

Municipal elections were held in Montenegro on 30 August 2020 in Andrijevica, Budva, Gusinje, Kotor and Tivat.

Elections for the Tivat local parliament were scheduled for 24 April, but were postponed to August, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Montenegro, so that elections in all five municipalities were held on 30 August, the same date as the national-level parliamentary elections.[1]

Since parliamentary election resulted in a victory for the opposition parties and the fall from power of the ruling DPS, which had ruled the country since the introduction of the multi-party system in 1990. Opposition success at the national level was accompanied by its success at local level elections, opposition lists won majority in four out of five municipalities where elections were held, including Andrijevica, Budva, Kotor and Tivat while in Gusinje, the ruling DPS retained power, in coalition with SD and the national minority parties.[2]

Results

Andrijevica

Party / Coalition[3] Popular vote % of votes Seats ± Gov't
DPSSD Coalition 1,626 49.02 15 Decrease6 No
For the Future of Andrijevica 1,381 41.63 13 Increase3 Yes
Andrijevica is Our Nation 310 9.35 3 Increase3 Yes

Budva

Party / Coalition[4] Popular vote % of votes Seats ± Gov't
For the Future of Budva 5,786 41.40 14 Increase5 Yes
DPSCGSDLP Coalition 4,340 31.06 11 Decrease5 No
Budva is Our Nation 2,479 17.74 6 Decrease1 Yes
United Reform Action 532 3.81 1 Steady0 No
Social Democratic Party 429 3.07 1 Increase1 No
Others 409 2.92 0 New N/A

Gusinje

Party / Coalition[5] Popular vote % of vote Seats ± Gov't
Democratic Party of Socialists 776 36.24 12[b] Decrease3 Yes
Social Democrats 499 23.31 7 Increase3 No
AADSADUA Coalition 469 21.91 6 Steady0 Yes
BSLP Coalition 242 11.30 3 Increase2 Yes
Social Democratic Party 80 3.74 1 Decrease2 No
Socialist People's Party 75 3.50 1 Steady0 No

Kotor

Party / Coalition[6] Popular vote % of vote Seats ± Gov't
Democratic Party of Socialists 4,437 32.14 12 Steady0 No
Kotor is Our Nation 3,313 24.00 9 Increase4 Yes
For the Future of Kotor 2,937 21.27 7 Decrease1 Yes
United Reform Action 692 5.01 1 Steady0 Yes
Social Democratic Party 603 4.37 1 Decrease2 No
Social Democrats 568 4.11 1 Decrease1 No
Liberal Party 566 4.10 1 Steady0 No
Socialists of Montenegro 450 3.26 1 New Yes
Croatian Civic Initiative 239 1.73 0 Decrease1 N/A

Tivat

Party / Coalition[7] Popular vote % of vote Seats ± Gov't
People Wins[c] 3,519 38.25 13 Increase10 Yes
Democratic Party of Socialists 3,014 32.76 11 Decrease6 No
Social Democrats 701 7.62 2 Decrease2 No
Boka Forum 612 6.65 2 Increase1 Yes
Croatian Civic Initiative 520 5.65 2 Steady No
Social Democratic Party 379 4.12 1 Decrease1 No
Goran Božović List 311 3.38 1 New Yes

Notes

  1. ^ At the 2016 local elections in Budva and Kotor, the opposition originally won a majority, but during 2019 and 2020, the ruling DPS regained power in both municipalities, after a couple of councilors changed sides and formed a majority with DPS, which many saw as an act of political corruption of ruling party. In both cases, DPS return to power was accompanied by arrests, police brutality and violence against removed local government officials and its supporters.
  2. ^ The "Party for Gusinje", which won 6 seats at the 2016 local elections in Gusinje, merged into Democratic Party of Socialists in 2019.
  3. ^ Members of local DF, SNP and DCG, as well of some Tivat localist parties, such as the Tivat Action and Arsenal for Tivat, which decided to run independently, due to opposition boycott of 2020 Tivat local elections.

References

  1. ^ Lokalni izbori u Crnoj Gori, B92, 31 August 2020
  2. ^ "Results". mondo.rs. 2016. Retrieved 2020-09-02.
  3. ^ https://andrijevica.dik.co.me/wp-content/uploads/sites/9/2020/09/Konacni-rezultati-za-izbor-odbornika-u-Skupstinu-opstine-Andrijevica
  4. ^ https://budva.dik.co.me/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2020/09/2020-09-03-konacni-rezultati.pdf
  5. ^ https://gusinje.dik.co.me/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2020/09/Kona%C4%8Dni-rezultati-lokalnih-izbora.pdf
  6. ^ http://demokrate.me/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/LOKALNI-IZBORI-2020.pdf
  7. ^ https://tivat.dik.co.me/konacni-rezultati-lokalnih-izbora-za-odbornike-u-skupstini-opstine-tivat-odrzanih-30-08-2020-godine/
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