Sanda Raskovic-Ivic, the People’s Party deputy leader, said that the opposition’s decision on the boycott of elections should be made very carefully and not before the autumn.
According to her, the return of the opposition to the Parliament of Serbia should be a joint decision and that “a true change of atmosphere” in the Parliament is a condition for that to happen.
“If the regime is certain about its domination, why it keeps escaping the civilisational standard of equal conditions for all actors in the election race,” she said speaking for Blic daily.
New Party deputy leader, Zoran Zivkovic, deems the decision on the boycott of or participation in the elections should be made the moment elections are called.
Speaking for FoNet news agency, Zivkovic said the boycott of Parliament’s work should continue but with frequent exceptions.
According to him, the major step, which media won’t like, should be putting an end to the talk on relations within the opposition, and possible boycotts.
Agreements should be reached out of the sight of public and it should be carefully decided on the moment when some decisions are made public, said Zivkovic.