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According to preliminary data from the Montenegrin Monitoring Center (CeMI), based on 95.5 per cent of the processed sample, the current President of Montenegro, Milo Đukanović, and the candidate of the Europe Now Movement, Jakov Milatović, won the most votes in the presidential elections and will go to the second round, which will be held on 2nd April.

The candidate of the Democratic Party of Socialists, Milo Đukanović, won 35.3 per cent of the votes, and the candidate of the Movement of Europe now, Jakov Milatović, won 29.3 per cent. In third place is Democratic Front candidate Andrija Mandić with 19.1%), fourth is Aleksa Bečić ahead of the Democrats with 10.09%, and fifth is Social Democratic Party candidate Draginja Vuksanović Stanković with 3.2 per cent.

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Shared Successes Represent the Best Protection for Montenegro’s Future

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The United Montenegro candidate Goran Danilović won 1.4 per cent of the vote, and Jovan Radulović 0.80 percent.

About 344.7 thousand voters voted in the presidential elections in Montenegro, that is, 63.6 pe rcent of those registered in the voter’s list.

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