LDP-SDU-GSS-LSV coalition 14: Liberal Democratic Party, Social Democratic Union, Civic Alliance of Serbia (anti-war, anti-racist), and League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina: wooing young, urban voters, pledges to fight for the rights of all minorities.
Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 3
List for Sandzak coalition 2
Union of Serbian Roma 1
Roma Party 1
G17 Plus 19 (clear pro-European position, lower interest rates, and ambitious plans for investing in the country's infrastructure.)
Democratic Party 65 (liberal pro-European)
Democratic Party of Serbia-New Serbia coalition 48 (Vojislav Kostunica's centre-right coalition advocating co-operation with the international community, but "not at any cost".)
Socialist Party of Serbia 16 (social justice, free education and social security for all, and Kosovo should be protected with arms, "should the need arise")
Serbian Radical Party 81 (nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj is on trial in The Hague on charges of inciting ethnic and religious hatred.)
(Only lists that win at least five percent of the total number of votes take part in the distribution of parliament seats. The threshold does not apply to six lists of political parties and coalitions of ethnic minorities, and they may win seats in the parliament with less than five percent of the votes.)
G17 Plus leader Mladjan Dinkic said late on Sunday that the Democratic Party, Democratic Party of Serbia-New Serbia coalition and G17 Plus had 132 seats, which was enough for them to set up a new Serbian government as a "democratic unity" coalition.
He added that the so-called pro-democracy bloc, together with the national minority parties, would have 153 seats. (That's adding the first 21 seats listed above.)
But Liberal-Democratic Party (LDP) leader Cedomir Jovanovic said late on Sunday that "there can be no compromise with the policy symbolised by Vojislav Kostunica and there can be no cohabitation." (But without Kostunica the democrats have only 105 seats, 21 short of a majority. So he wants to be in opposition?)
Speaking at the LDP-GSS-SDU-LSV electoral headquarters, Jovanovic said that this was the victory of the truth and the coalition's clear stand that "we should go towards developments."