RIK has declared an electoral list of SRS, with Mladen Obradović (Obraz) and Ivan Ivanović (SNP Naši) on the list

Belgrade, 10.02.2014.

RIK (The Republic Electoral Commission) announced today the list of candidates for MPs of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) for the upcoming Serbian parliamentary elections, scheduled for March 16th.

The official name of the list is „Serbian Radical Party – Vojislav Šešelj“.Nemanja-Sarovic-SRS-Mladen_Obradovic-Obraz_foto-fonet-z-mrdja-300x172

Vojislav Šešelj, a party leader, who is in the custody in Hague, is the first on the election list „Serbian Radical Party – Vojislav Šešelj“, followed by the deputy president of the party – Nemanja Šarović. On the list are also the representatives of the ultra homophobic extremist right-wing organizations Obraz and SNP Naši – Mladen Obradović and Ivan Ivanović.

It is the sixth list declared by the Republic Electoral Commission.

Source: Blic

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