PDK-AAK-Incentive coalition wins the parliamentary elections in Kosovo

June 13, 2017

With 65 per cent of ballots counted, the coalition consisting of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, Alliance for the Future of Kosovo and Incentive has won 34.6 per cent of the ballots in the country?s snap general elections on June 11, according to the Democracy in Action coalition of non-governmental organisations.

In the elections, the third since Kosovo unilaterally declared independence in 2008, Self Determination won 26.2 per cent of the ballots, while the coalition of the Democratic League of Kosovo, New Kosovo Alliance and Alternative won 25.8 per cent of the ballots.

Democracy in Action also said that the Serb List won 3.5 per cent, while other parties won 8.8 per cent.

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