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Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
Скупштина Аутономне Покрајине Војводине
Coat of arms or logo.
Type
Type Unicameral
Leadership
Speaker Sándor Egeresi, SVM
since 2008
Structure
Members 120
Meeting place
Banovina Palace, Novi Sad
Website
www.vojvodina.gov.rs
Vojvodina

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Vojvodina



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The unicameral parliament of the Serbian autonomous province of Vojvodina is known as the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Serbian: Скупштина Аутономне Покрајине Војводине / Skupština Autonomne Pokrajine Vojvodine; Hungarian: Vajdaság Autonóm Tartomány Képviselőháza; Romanian: Adunarea Provinciei Autonome Voivodina; Croatian: Skupština Autonomne Pokrajine Vojvodine; Pannonian Rusyn: Скупштина Автономней Покраїни Войводини; Slovak: Zhromaždenie Autonómnej pokrajiny Vojvodiny).

The Parliament's Speaker is Sándor Egeresi. The current parliament was elected in 2008.

It is elected by a Parallel voting system, with 60 deputies elected by direct vote and 60 individually from each municipality of Vojvodina.

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Building

The building, known as Banovina Palace, is the seat of the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The building is located in Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina.

Throughout its history, it was the administration centre of the Danube Banovina (or Banate of Danube) and residence of the Ban of Danube, who ruled over the Banate of Danube. During World War II, Banovina Palace was the headquarters of the Hungarian Military Administration for Bačka, which was headed by General Béla Novakovič.

Parliamentary elections

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Last election

Past elections

Parliamentary groups and parties

Number of seats in the assembly:

Current Organisation

  • Speaker: Sándor Egeresi (SVM, Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians)
  • Deputy Speakers:
Martin Zloh
Branimir Mitrović
Siniša Lazić
Maja Sedlarević
Branislava Belić
Igor Mirović
  • Secretary: Milorad Gašić

Speakers of Parliament

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