The President of the opposition Party of Freedom and Justice (SSP) Dragan Djilas has said on Thursday that Serbia is a country without freedom, democracy, in which all moral values are destroyed, which people are fleeing away from, and where corruption is at the highest level, the FoNet news agency reported.
In an article in the Belgrade Vreme weekly, Djilas said tabloids in Serbia announced the war with Kosovo every second day, and that relations with neighbouring Croatia, Bosnia and North Macedonia were the worst in the last 20 years.
“Do not have any doubt that Vucic would lead Serbia in a war if only he had anyone to fight against."
"Serbia is the country where half of the Government has false diplomas or is involved in a series of criminal affairs, the country in which salaries officially went up 80 Euros since 2012,” Djilas wrote.
“Do not have any doubt that Vucic would lead Serbia in a war if only he had anyone to fight against. After all, he is the best Seselj’s student,” Djilas added.
Vojislav Seselj is a convicted war criminal and the leader of the ultra-nationalist Serbian Radical Party (SRS), whose official Vucic was until forming his own Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) in 2008.
Djilas wrote that the authorities daily “use lies about everyone who thinks differently, brainwashing people.” But, he said, it would come to light “who flays to France to buy vine, who throws wild parties at Courchevel (a ski resort in the French Alps), and who celebrates the first earned billion at Lago di Como (in Italy).”
The SSP leader recalled that he and two members of the Democratic Party (DS) warned a high-ranked member of the US administration that Serbia was slipping into the dictatorship, and six and a half years after that was happening.
Djilas also mentioned the attacks on his family and the insults his children were exposed.