BELGRADE – Serbia entered 2016 with a total of 107 registered political parties and seven of them were registerd last year, according to Serbia’s Register of Political Parties.


The last registered party, the Serbia-Russia Movement, was entered into the register on December 17 last year.

The party is headquartered in Belgrade’s neighborhood of Zemun, and its representative is Slobodan Dimitrijevic.

A total of seven new political parties were registered last year, among them Slovaks Forward!, the People’s Movement Drina-Dinara-Dunav (NPDDD), the Serbian Movement Dveri, Nenad Popovic’s Serbian People’s Party (SNP), and the Republican Party and the Alternative for Change, representing the Hungarian and Albanian ethnic minorities, respectively.