The first elections in the newly independent Republic of Montenegro took place on September 10 2006, with Prime Minister Milo Đukanović claiming absolute victory for his centre left, pro-European Union party the next day. Đukanović's Coalition for European Montenegro, based around the Democratic Party of Socialists, won 41 seats in the 81 seat parliament with the vote near fully counted. The pro-Serbian blocs together received 23 seats (11 for the Socialist People's Party and 12 for the Serbian List).
As rival groups conceded defeat, the re-elected Prime Minister stated that
- "These elections showed that Montenegro is stable and firm on its road to Europe." 
The new Movement for Changes, standing on a pro-EU, anti-corruption and economic improvement platform, took 11 seats. Other seats were won by parties representing ethnic minorities, mainly Albanian.
Out of 484,430 legitimate Montenegrin voters, 70.3% voted at the Parliamentary elections:
|Coalition for European Montenegro (Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro and others) - Milo Đukanović||41 (+1, donated by the Albanian Alternative)|
|Serbian List - Andrija Mandić||12|
|Coalition Socialist People's Party of Montenegro/People's Party of Montenegro/Democratic Serbian Party of Montenegro||11|
|Movement for Changes - Nebojša Medojević||11 (-1, donated to the Liberals and the Bosniak Party)|
|Liberals and the Bosniak Party - "correct in the past, right for the future" - Miodrag-Miko Živković||2 (+1, donated by the Movement for Changes)|
|Coalition of the Democratic League of Montenegro-Party of Democratic Prosperity - Mehmet Barhdi||1|
|Albanian Alternative||1 (-1, joined with the Coalition for European Montenegro)|
|New Democratic Power - FORCA||1|
|Democratic Union of Albanians - Ferhat Dinoša||1|
|Democratic Party of Montenegro - The Missing Piece||0|
|Alliance of Communists of Montenegro - Communists of Montenegro||0|
|Total (turnout 70.3%)||81|
The Movement for Change is headed by Nebojsa Medojevic.
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