Based on 95 percent of polling stations in Podgorica, the list “For the benefit of citizens of Podgorica’’, Milo Djukanovic, won 32 seats, while the list of Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic,” Podgorica for the 21st Century “won 17 seats, according to the Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI).
CeMI PR Coordinator Teodora Gilic announced that Milo Djukanovic’s “For the benefit of the Citizens of Podgorica” won 47.6%, while Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic, “Podgorica for the 21st Cetury” won 25.8% of the votes.
“The Democratic Front-Socialist People’s Party won eight seats with 12.3 percent of votes, the Social Democrats-Ivan Brajovic three seats with 5.1 percent, the Albanian Alternative won one term with 1.8 percent of the vote. SDP-DEMOS Civic Alliance for Change, Marko Milacic – “Make Podgorica a Family”, United Montenegro – Goran Danilovic, Citizens Group Sasa Mijovic – “Winner of the Word”, Serbian Coalition – Dobrilo Dedeic have not passed the census and have not won a single term ” said Gilic.
As she said, based on 89 percent of processed polling stations in Bar, projections of the results showed that the list is “For the benefit of the citizens of Bar – Winning! DPS – Milo Djukanovic won 34.5 percent, Social Democrats – Mico Orlandic 18.9 percent, Radomir Novakovic Cakan 12.1 percent of the vote.
“Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic- “Bar for the 21st Century “11.5 percent, SDP “Bar for a Change” 6.7 percent, Democratic Front- Socialist People’s Party 6.4 percent, Bosniak Party 4 percent, Marko Milacic-Real Montenegro 3.1 percent, Demos – “With clean hands for Bar’s future” 1.2 percent, Albanians for Bar 0.8 percent, Reform for Bar 0.8 percent” said Gilic.
Based on 96 percent of processes polling stations in Bijelo Polje, she said, the list for the Benefit of Citizens of Bijelo Polje won the most of the votes – 59 percent and won 25 seats.
“DF “Choose, decide, change” 9.3 percent, or three seats, Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic – “Bijelo Polje for the 21st” century 8.4 percent, or three seats, “Best choice” – Socialist People’s Party 7.7 percent, or three mandate, SDP- “For life in Bijelo Polje” seven percent, or three terms, United Montenegro – Goran Danilovic 3.9 percent, or one term. Serbian Coalition – Slavko Fustic wins three percent of votes, ie zero seats, Reconciliation Alliance – Svetislav Perisic 1.1 percent, zero seats, “For our town Bijelo Polje” -Montenegro and PJP 0.7 percent, respectively, zero seats” announced is Gilic.
She said that based on 96 percent of polling stations in Danilovgrad, the “For the Benefit of Danilovgrad voters” Milo Djukanovic, won 18 seats with 51.8 percent of the vote.
“Aleksa Becic-Dritan Abazovic-Danilovgrad won 19.7 percent, or seven seats in the 21st century, the People’s Coalition – Honorable to Danilovgrad 8.3 percent, or two seats, New Serbian Democracy – Movement for Change 6.6 percent, that is, two seats, the Social Democrats – Ivan Brajovic 5.7 percent, or two seats, Marko Milacic – for the real Danilovgrad – the real Montenegro 4.2 percent, or one term, the SDP – too late for change – Drazen Dragojevic 3.7 percent, or one term” Gilic said.
On the basis of 100 percent of processed polling stations, as she informed, in Zabljak the list “For the benefit of the citizens of Zabljak” – Winner Milo Djukanovic won 18 seats with 55.7 percent of votes, Democratic Front-Socialist People’s Party of Montenegro 22.6 percent, or seven and Aleksa Becic – Democrats – “Victories, not divisions” six seats with 2.6 percent of the votes.
In Kolasin, Gilic said, on the basis of 95 percent of the processed polling stations, for “The benefit of the citizens of Kolašin- Winning!” Milo Djukanovic won 13 seats with 39.5 percent of the vote.
“The Democratic Front-Socialist People’s Party won 18.3 percent, or six seats, Aleksa Becic-Democrats- “Victories, not divisions” 17.3 percent, or six seats, the Voter Group of Sule and Mikan Together with the citizens of Kolasin 8.3 percent, that is, two seats, Social Democrats – Ivan Brajovic 8.1 percent, or two seats, Changes in Action – Social Democratic Party 5.8 percent, or zero seats, United Montenegro – Goran Danilovic 2.9 percent, or zero seats” said Gilic.
She said that based on 93 percent of polling stations processed, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic in Plav won 28.1 percent of the vote, or ten seats, the Bosniak Party 22.1 percent, or seven seats, “For the benefit of the citizens of Plav” -Winner Milo Djukanovic 19. 4 percent, or six seats, DF-SNP Coalition 8.1 percent, or two seats, Voting group – “I choose Plav” 4.2 percent, or one term, Albanian alternative four percent, or one term, Aleksa Becic – Democrats – “Victories, not divisions” 3.1 percent, that is, one term, Justice and Reconciliation Party – “Plav Our House” 0.6 percent of the vote, or zero term.
“Based on 97 percent of polling stations in Pljevlja, the projection of the results is as follows: For the benefit of the citizens of Pljevlja – Winner Milo Djukanovic won 19 seats with 53 percent of votes, Aleksa Becic – Democrats – Victories, not divisions of seven seats with 20.2 percent, NSD-SNP-PZP Coalition five terms with 13.5 percent, Save Pljevlja four terms with 11.5 percent, Pljevlja for everyone- Doctor Adnan Hadziosmanovic zero mandates with 1.8 percent of the vote” Gilic said.
In Rozaje, she stated that, based on 100 percent of polling stations, the Bosniak party won the most votes – Rafet Husovic 51.1 percent of the vote and 19 seats.
“For the benefit of the citizens of Rozaje – Winning Milo Djukanovic won 10 seats with 27.8 percent of votes, Social Democrats – Ivan Brajovic – Four votes with 12.1 percent of votes for Rozaje, SDP- For a change one term with 4.2 percent of votes, SPP – Hazbija Kalac zero term with 2.5%, Aleksa Becic – Democrats – Victories, not division of zero term with 1.2%, Completely for Rozaje – Fraternally honest forward zero term with 0.8%, URA – Husein Ljajić – Rožaje our zero-term house with 0.4 percent, Changes for the better Rozaje-Aida Nina Kurpejovic zero term with 0.2 percent” said Gilic.
Based on one hundred percent of processed polling stations in Savnik, she said, for the good of Savnik citizens – Winning Milo Djukanovic won 19 seats with 61.7 percent of votes, SNP-DF Coalition eight seats with 25.8 percent, Aleksa Becic-Democrats – Victories not divisions three seats with 12.7 percent of the vote.
Gilic said that based on 100 percent of polling stations in the municipality of Golubovci, 48.8 percent of the votes were won for the benefit of Golubovci citizens – Milo Djukanovic and secured 16 seats.
“Aleksa Becic, Dritan Abazovic Zeta for the 21st Century won nine terms with 26 percent of votes, DF-SNP All for Free Zeta Coalition six terms with 17.8 percent, Social Democrats Ivan Brajovic one term with 4.9 percent, Civic Alliance for changes Golubovci zero term with 1.7 percent, United Montenegro – Goran Danilovic zero term with 0.8 percent of votes” said Gilic.
The head of the observation mission, Nikoleta Djukanovic, explained that the data that CeMI made available to the public is changing the dynamics with which they were collected from the field.
“The statistical error for the municipalities we monitor is plus, minus three percent, or Podgorica two percent. Regarding the sample, based on the results of the previous parliamentary and presidential elections, polling stations are classified according to the occupancy of the dominant and minority parties, ie coalitions” Djukanovic said.
The Chairman of the Steering Committee of the CeMI, Zlatko Vujovic, said that the DPS Democratic Party of Socialists made a remarkable result in relation to expectations for Podgorica.
“There has been a major redistribution within the opposition. The Democratic Front is no longer a leader, but it is now the Democrats, that is, the Coalition of Democrats-URA, which have achieved significant results in a number of municipalities, including the most important ones, such as Podgorica. Generally, we see that the opposition has achieved a worse result and that they cannot be satisfied with that result at all” Vujovic explained.