Serbia to hold second-round of presidential elections on Sunday

Serbia will hold second-round of elections for the new head of state on Sunday, May 20.

Two candidates will confront each other – Democratic Party (DS)-led coalition candidate Boris Tadic and Serbian Progressive Party (SNS)-led coalition candidate Tomislav Nikolic.

Tadic, who won 25.31 percent or 989,454 votes in the first round, will be the first on the ballot, while Nikolic who took home 25.05 percent or 979,236 votes will be listed second.

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