BELGRADE – Representatives of the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS)-Dveri coalition told reporters on Wednesday evening after the rerun parliamentary elections at 15 polling stations they had managed to cross the threshold of five percent.

The coalition gained 1,998 votes out of the total number of 8,285 ballots cast at the 15 polling stations, or 25 percent, leader of the Dveri movement Bosko Obradovic said.

“Serbia has seen a major political shift in these ten days of opposition fight,” he added.

DSS leader Sanda Raskovic Ivic said leader of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) Aleksandar Vucic had succeeded only in one thing – “uniting the opposition for the truth, justice, and against the evident vote-rigging”.

The repeat vote also shed light on “a secret marriage between the SNS and the Serbian Radical Party (SRS)”, as it is evident that SRS supporters this time cast their ballots for the SNS, Raskovic Ivic said.