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A snap parliamentary election was held in Macedonia on 11 December. The strongest support was won by the coalition focused on the centre-right party VMRO-DPMNE.
The Social Democrats’ excellent result is primarily a result of their efficient election campaign together with the lack of a consistent message from the centre-right.
The Bulgarian presidential elections have been won by Rumen Radev, a non-party candidate, who ran with the support of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party.
On 19th October a new centre-right Croatian government won a confidence motion.
The parliamentary elections in Montenegro were won by the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) under Prime Minister Milo Djukanović.
A referendum was held on 25 September in Republika Srpska concerning the celebration of the Day of Republika Srpska on 9 January.
The visit has confirmed the suspicion that Serbia considers China to be its strategic partner, which is important not only because of the economic co-operation.
Politicians in Kosovo and Serbia see the dialogue through the prism of the benefits they can get from Brussels and the EU member states.
The strong local structures and a hardcore electorate composed of pensioners, farmers and the underprivileged were the source of the PSD's success.
Montenegro’s accession to NATO will be the apogee of the pro-Western policy of their Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic who has been in power since 1991.