One of the founders and leaders of the Alliance for Serbia (SzS) Dragan Djilas said this political group would win the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) under “normal electoral conditions” and if entire Serbia’s opposition launched the activities to determine “fair election.”
Speaking for Serbia’s Blic daily newspaper, Djilas said SzS would present its demands and will use “all democratic tools to fight for them to be applied.”
“From the insight into electoral rolls, the behaviour of media, especially RTS (Radio Television of Serbia), count of all ballots when they come to the Republic Election Commission and comparison with the record, the ban of use of mobile phones at polling stations, criminal processing of those agitating and pressuring their employees. The regime knows in case of such election they would lose the power and they will fight until the end against meeting our requests,” according to Djilas.
The opposition leader assessed the current authorities “is grounded on the abuse of media” and there is no possibility for the opposition to present their stances.
“I could start a lawsuit, get 100,000 Dinars but they will never hand down a verdict. I don’t sue them for 100,000 Dinars but have an intention to deny untruths, but that never happened,” Djilas underlined.