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БЕОГРАД - Кандидат Српске напредне странке Томислав Николић нови је председник Србије освојивши 49,8 одсто гласова, наспрам Бориса Тадића који је освојио 47 одсто гласова у другом кругу председничких избора одржаних вечерас, саопштио је ЦеСИД. Борис Тадић честитао је вечерас победу супарнику.
ЦЕСИД је вечерас саопштио да, према прелиминарним проценама, кандидат СНС Томислав Николић води са два одсто разлике испред кандидата Демократске странке Бориса Тадића и да је мало вероватно да ће се тај тренд променити.

"Ако се такав тренд настави, Николић ће бити председник Србије", Мале су шансе да се тренд окрене, разлика је довољно велика да на исход не може да се одрази гласање са Косова", рекао је директор ЦЕСИД-а Марко Благојевић на конференцији за новинаре.

Благојевић је рекао да су прелиминарни резултати ЦЕСИД-а добијени на основу 70 одсто обрађених бирачких места из узорка.

"Нема потребе да се сумња у веродостојност резултата ЦЕСИД-а", рекао је Благојевић.



BELGRADO - Serbia, candidato del partido progresista Tomislav Nikolic es el nuevo presidente de Serbia, al ganar 49,8 por ciento de los votos, contra Boris Tadic, que ganó el 47 por ciento de los votos en las elecciones presidenciales que tuvieron lugar esta tarde, dijo CESID. Boris Tadic, felicitó esta noche en el oponente que gana.
CESID noche anunció que, de acuerdo con estimaciones preliminares, el candidato Tomislav Nikolic Sistema Nacional de Salud lleva a la diferencia de dos por ciento frente al candidato del Partido Demócrata, Boris Tadic, y es poco probable que esta tendencia va a cambiar.

"Si esta tendencia continúa, Nikolic será el presidente de Serbia," Las posibilidades de que la tendencia se vuelve, la diferencia es suficientemente grande para que el resultado puede no reflejar un voto de Kosovo ", dijo el director del CESID Marko Blagojevic, la conferencia periodistas.

Blagojevic, dijo que los resultados preliminares obtenidos CESID sobre la base de un 70 por ciento de las mesas electorales procesadas en la muestra.

"No hay necesidad de dudar de la veracidad de los resultados CESID", dijo Blagojevic.




BELGRADE - Serbian Progressive Party candidate Tomislav Nikolic is the new President of Serbia, winning 49.8 percent of the vote, against Boris Tadic, who won 47 percent of the vote in the presidential elections held this evening, said CeSID. Boris Tadic congratulated the winning opponent tonight.
CESID tonight announced that, according to preliminary estimates, the candidate Tomislav Nikolic SNS leads to two percent difference in front of the Democratic Party candidate Boris Tadic, and it is unlikely that this trend will change.

"If this trend continues, Nikolic will be the president of Serbia," The chances that the trend turns, the difference is large enough that the outcome may not reflect a vote of Kosovo, "said the director of CESID Marko Blagojevic conference journalists.

Blagojevic said that the preliminary results CESID obtained based on 70 percent of polling stations processed in the sample.

"There is no need to doubt the veracity of the results CESID," said Blagojevic.
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Hmmm, it would be interesting to see if, for example, Nole wins RG/Olympic gold/whatever - will he accept congratulatory reception with Nikolic

In fact, I don't remember any famous role-model-ish serbian athlete supporting Nikolic

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Good, time for Serbia to get some kind of change, we've had enough of Tadic, he was a president for 8 years. In any other democratic country being a president for 12 years would be impossible.
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Good, time for Serbia to get some kind of change, we've had enough of Tadic, he was a president for 8 years. In any other democratic country being a president for 12 years would be impossible.
completely agree, we need some change cause this clearly wasn't functioning properly it's probably going to be the same shit all over again but whateever

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I agree, I don't expect anything from Nikolic since being a president in Serbia gives you nothing. And no, he can't change any law, including a law about military service, it's pretty much all in governments hands.
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Good, time for Serbia to get some kind of change, we've had enough of Tadic, he was a president for 8 years. In any other democratic country being a president for 12 years would be impossible.
not true. in some countries you can run it forever, in some you can only run it for a short time.

from all i've heard about nikolic, he seems like an unpleasant moron. not that tadic seemed like some wonderful guy either, but still...

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I agree, I don't expect anything from Nikolic since being a president in Serbia gives you nothing. And no, he can't change any law, including a law about military service, it's pretty much all in governments hands.
We will see
But i do hope he cannot
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not true. in some countries you can run it forever, in some you can only run it for a short time.

from all i've heard about nikolic, he seems like an unpleasant moron. not that tadic seemed like some wonderful guy either, but still...
In most countries you have 2 presidental mandates, so is in Serbia. However, they changed law in 2006 and because of that change Tadic got a chance to run for presidency two more times, which means he could be the president for 16 years, that is crazy. And countries where you can run for presidency forever are just opening tthe door for some crazy dictator, Hitler and Chavez style.
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I agree, I don't expect anything from Nikolic since being a president in Serbia gives you nothing. And no, he can't change any law, including a law about military service, it's pretty much all in governments hands.
Yeah, Nikolic is sucha great persona to represent us to the world: a man who bought university diploma, who doesn't speak any foreign language, who isn't even capable to smile, who said that only religious people are good.......

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Good, time for Serbia to get some kind of change, we've had enough of Tadic, he was a president for 8 years. In any other democratic country being a president for 12 years would be impossible.
Not every change is good change. I'm probably much older than You, so I very good remembering mr Nikolic from 90'... if he be just 10% that bad in next 5 years like president in Serbia things will go from bad to worse. And BTW You obviously don't understand difference between independent country Serbia and Serbia which is federal part of YUG/SRJ/SCG... Independent Serbia exist since 2006, so his first and only term like president of independent country Serbia is between 2008-2012. In former republics of ex-Yugoslavia we have cases that last presidents of Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia like parts of former Yugoslavia become later in 2 terms presidents of independent countries Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia (Kucan, Tudjman, Gligorov). In all other European new countries which is part of former federations we have similar cases (ex-USSR and ex-Czechoslovakia), most famous Yeltsin and Havel.

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The dissolution of Yugoslavia was one of the worst things that happened in Europe, post WW II. Tito wasn't such a "hardcore Communist", and the old 6 Republic YUG could have democratized anyway, as he was dead already. So could the (non-Baltic) republics of the USSR under the 1991 treaty that Yeltsin forced 2B scrapped after the failed coup against a vacationing Gorbachev, but that's another subject.
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