Serbian Radical Party wins 8% in elections, enters parliment

The far-right Radicals are set to return to parliament after four years without seats, led by ultra-nationalist Vojislav Seselj who was recently acquitted of war crimes charges arising from the 1990s Balkan conflicts.

The Radicals won 8 percent of the vote, clearing the 5 percent threshold to give them a platform in parliament for their strongly anti-Western and pro-Russian views.

“We are not happy with the election results, we expected more,” Seselj said late Sunday, adding that the Radicals would “show we are superior” in parliament.

Congratulations to the Serbian Radical Party & Serbian nationalists. I hope (and would expect) that they take a hard line against muslim invaders, & form alliances with like-minded nationalist parties of other nations.


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