President Aleksandar Vučić dissolved the Serbian National Assembly, calling for early parliamentary elections on December 17. He cited the need to strengthen democracy, address global challenges, and unite in preserving Serbia’s vital national and state interests amid difficult times, including tensions with Kosovo and regional issues. This marks Serbia’s 14th election since the 1990s.
The city of Belgrade emerges as a key battleground in these elections, where voter concerns, mass protests against violence, and shifting political dynamics add layers of complexity. The outcomes hinge on the opposition’s campaign efficacy, unforeseen events, and public opinion on critical issues.