Together for Tolerance (Serbian : Заједно за толеранцију, romanized: Zajedno za toleranciju) was a political coalition in Serbia. At the 2003 legislative elections in Serbia, held on December 28, 2003, the alliance won 4.2% of the popular vote, but no seats in the parliament. The alliance was formed by the League of Vojvodina Social Democrats, Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians, the Sandžak Democratic Party, and the League for Šumadija.
The alliance was disbanded after the elections. Later, the League of Vojvodina Social Democrats, together with several other regionalist political parties from Vojvodina province, formed a new alliance named Together for Vojvodina.
The Democratic Party is a social democratic political party in Serbia. Zoran Lutovac has led the party as its president since 2018.
First round of the Vojvodina provincial elections was held on September 19, 2004, at the same time when the local elections were held in the whole of Serbia.
The People's Peasant Party is an agrarian political party in Serbia.
Parliamentary elections were held in the Republic of Serbia on 23 December 2000. They were the first free parliamentary elections after the overthrow of Slobodan Milošević. The result was a victory for the Democratic Opposition of Serbia, which won 176 of the 250 seats in the National Assembly.
Together for Vojvodina was a political coalition in the Serbian province of Vojvodina. At the latest legislative elections in Vojvodina, in September 2004, the alliance won 9.44% of the popular vote, and 7 seats in the provincial parliament. The alliance is formed by the several mostly regionalist political parties including League of Vojvodina Social Democrats, Union of Socialists of Vojvodina, Vojvodinian Movement, Social Democratic Union and Democratic Union of Croats.
The Vojvodina Coalition was a political coalition in the Serbian province of Vojvodina from 1996 to 2005. In 2005, it united with several other parties into newly formed Vojvodina's Party.
The Vojvodina's Party is a political party in Serbia that operates in Vojvodina.
Provincial elections were held for the unicameral Assembly of Serbia's northern Autonomous Province of Vojvodina on 11 May 2008, with a second-round to be held on 25 May 2008. They were scheduled by the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Oliver Dulić on 29 December 2007, as required per the Constitutional Law adopted by the National Assembly of Serbia on 30 September 2006 that proclaimed the new Constitution.
The Democratic Union of Croats is a political party in Serbia representing the Croat ethnic minority in the province of Vojvodina.
Local elections were held in Serbia over two rounds on 3 November and 17 November 1996, concurrently with the 1996 Vojvodina provincial election; the first day of voting also coincided with the 1996 Yugoslavian parliamentary election and the 1996 Montenegrin parliamentary election. This was the third local electoral cycle held while Serbia was a member of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the last time that Serbia oversaw local elections throughout Kosovo and Metohija until its parallel elections in 2008.
Provincial elections were held in Vojvodina in May 2012. The first round was held on 6 May, while the second round was held on 20 May.
The Social Democratic Party is a centre-left political party in Serbia.
Together for Serbia was a centre-left political party in Serbia. It was formed by Dušan Petrović in 2012, and he led the party until 2016, when he was succeeded by Nebojša Zelenović.
Nada Lazić is a Serbian politician. She served in the National Assembly of Serbia from 2014 to 2020 as a member of the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina.
Civic Democratic Forum is a liberal political party in Serbia. It was founded in 2019 by former members of the Movement of Free Citizens (PSG). It has positioned itself as a party that opposes the rule of Aleksandar Vučić, although it has also criticized other opposition parties.
United Democratic Serbia was a liberal and Pro-European political coalition in Serbia that participated in the 2020 parliamentary election. The coalition was headed by Marko Đurišić, the President of Serbia 21.
Paja Francuski is a politician in Serbia. He was the mayor of Kikinda from 1996 to 2000, served in the Assembly of Vojvodina from 1997 to 2004, and was a member of the Executive Council of Vojvodina from 2000 to 2004. During his time as an elected official, Francuski was a member of the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina.
The League for Šumadija, also known as the Šumadija Coalition, was a regionalist political party in the Šumadija region of Serbia in the late 1990s and 2000s. The party was one of the constituent members of the Democratic Opposition of Serbia from 2000 to 2003. Its leader, Branislav Kovačević, was a member of the National Assembly of Serbia from 2001 to 2004 and served on the DOS presidency.
Together for Vojvodina is a political party in Serbia, representing the Rusyn minority in Vojvodina. It has been led by Olena Papuga since its formation in 2011.
The Coalition for Peace and Tolerance is a political coalition in Serbia, consisting of political parties that advocate minority interests. Formed in April 2023, KZMT will participate in the 2023 Serbian parliamentary election under the name "Together for the Future and Development – Coalition for Peace and Tolerance", with Jahja Fehratović of For the Future and Development as its main representative.