The Serbian president has no reason to worry about the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) but he should look out for people in his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and other coalition partners, SPS leader Ivica Dacic told Belgrade tabloid daily Kurir on Tuesday.
“I said 100 times that (President Aleksandar) Vucic should not worry about the SPS, he should worry about the people on his election ticket. They have a majority without us but he drew up the ticket in a way which does not secure a majority without his partners and they have not brought him anything significant in terms of voter numbers. He should pay attention to them and people in his own party,” the Serbian foreign minister said.
In an opinion piece for Kurir’s holiday issue, Vucic wrote that he does not fear the opposition nor what he called the combinations they are making with people in the SNS and its coalition partners. “I am not interested in their combinations with some people in my party, some coalition partners who are already thinking about changing sides again,” Vucic wrote.