Serbian voters will decide at elections soon who will be in power and who the opposition will be, President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday.
He told reporters that “in the end, the people decide who will be in power and who the opposition will be at elections”.
“They will decide that soon,” the president said.
Popular Party leader and chairman of the Alliance for Serbia Vuk Jeremic said “there will be no early elections” because the protests across the country will continue to grow and the opposition will win at elections “once they are called”.
Asked about Alliance for Serbia leader Dragan Djilas’ meeting with Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, Vucic said it’s a normal thing for the opposition and authorities to meet. “The problem is that (Djilas) is announcing the forming of a social democrat-oriented party as the worst of the tycoons,” he said.