Serbian opposition leader Dragan Djilas said on Wednesday that the opposition would continue its boycott of parliament regardless of the messages coming from Brussels that parliament is the place for debate.
“Every time I’m told that a boycott isn’t the solution I say yes, absolutely,” the Alliance for Serbia leader said.
“We are not advocating a boycott, we are advocating free and fair elections with checks of the electoral rolls, free media, an end to pressure on voters, a ban on taking pictures of ballots, personal ID numbers, transfer of voters from one place to another,” Djilas said.
The opposition will stay on the streets until the conditions are met. At the civic protests over the weekend and drawing attention to shortcomings by the authorities the rest of the week,” he said speaking at a site where he claims construction crews have been repairing a Belgrade street for an excessively long time.