Ipsos polling group, Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic won Serbia’s presidential election today in a landslide with 58 percent of votes.
Opposition candidate Sasa Jankovic came second with 14 per cent, Ipsos said based on 40 per cent of votes counted from a sample of polling stations.
The ruling Republican Party in ex-Soviet Armenia leads in a parliamentary election. The Central Election Commission’s (CEC) preliminary results showed the Republican Party got 53.20 per cent of the votes, while the opposition Tsarukyan’s Alliance got 26.56 per cent.
The government-loyal Dashnaktsutyun Party got 8.07 per cent, enough for the party to enter parliament. Preliminary results were posted on the CEC website and based on results from 18 per cent of the polling stations yesterday.