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United Regions of Serbia

The United Regions of Serbia (Serbian: Уједињени региони Србије, УPC / Ujedinjeni regioni Srbije, URS) is a regionalist[1] and liberal-conservative[1] political party in Serbia. Originally founded on 16 May 2010 as a political coalition, it became a unified political party on 21 April 2013.[2][3] The URS advocates decentralization and is pro-business.[4][5]

The URS received 5.51% of the popular vote in the 2012 parliamentary election. Following the election, the URS formed a coalition government together with the Serbian Progressive Party and Socialist Party of Serbia.

The URS is an associate member of the European People's Party.[6]

Presidents of the G17+ (2002–2010); United Regions of Serbia (2010–Present)

# President Born-Died Term start Term end
1 Miroljub Labus 1947– 15 December 2002 16 May 2006
2 Mlađan Dinkić 1964– 16 May 2006 18 March 2014
Veroljub Stevanović
1946– 18 March 2014 Incumbent
Verica Kalanović

Electoral results G17+ (2002–2010); United Regions of Serbia (2010–Present)

National Assembly of Serbia
Election # of votes % of vote # of seats +/- Notes Government
2003 438,422 11.46%
31 / 250
Increase 31 Coalition with SDP government
2007 275,041 6.82%
19 / 250
Decrease 12 government
2008 1,590,200 38.42%
24 / 250
Increase 5 Coalition ZES government
2012 215,666 5.51%
16 / 250
Decrease 8 government*
2014 109,167 3.04%
0 / 250
Decrease 16 opposition
  • Government (2012–2013)
  • Opposition (2013–2014)
URS election billboard, May 2012


  1. ^ a b
  2. ^ "URS po ugledu na CDU".  
  3. ^ "URS becomes party, Dinkić chosen as first leader". B92. April 20, 2013. Retrieved 16 June 2013. 
  4. ^ Vasovic, Aleksander (12 June 2012). "Serbia's Democrats close in on coalition government".  
  5. ^ "Serb Socialists to form coalition".  
  6. ^

External links

  • Official website
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