Aleksandar Seselj is among several new members of the Serbian National Assembly whose mandates were confirmed on September 20 by the election commission, RIK.

Seselj ran in the election on the SRS list headed by his father and the party’s leader, Vojislav Seselj.

Aleksandar Seselj, a 24-year-old student, takes the place of Milovan Bojic, who previously resigned as people’s deputy.