Kosovo Serb men cast their ballots at a polling station during the Serb elections in Gracanica, Kosovo on Sunday, May 6, 2012. Serbia, a landlocked nation of 7.1 million people in southeast Europe, is holding presidential, parliamentary and municipal elections Sunday. Whoever wins could affect Serbia’s future relations with the European Union as well as Kosovo, a one-time province whose declaration of independence Serbia has refused to accept. .( AP Photo / Visar Kryeziu )
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — A pro-European Union candidate and a nationalist opponent are headed for a runoff in Serbia’s presidential elections, while the ruling pro-Western party is likely to form the next coalition government, independent pollsters said Sunday.
The Center for Free Elections and Democracy said its unofficial complete count showed the previous president, Boris Login to read more