The Freedom and Justice Party (SSP) said Saturday they are in possession of an audio recording which reportedly shows the Customs Office pressuring and listing employees to attend the ruling Serbian Progressive Party's (SNS) rally.
According to them, they have a recording of a telephone conversation between Djordje Rudic and an employee, both from the Customs Office in Novi Sad, where Rudic conveys an instruction to the employee directly from Customs Director Milos Tomic – alleging that he must attend a Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic's support rally on April 11, in Novi Sad. Additionally, he should bring four more people with him and they should all be dressed in "plain clothes," the party reported.
"In addition to the usual orders to the Customs Administration employees to attend presidential rallies, this state body was subjected to additional measures, recently. Namely, employees were provided with a blank sheet of paper in which they must enter their 'personal votes' for the SNS, with the following note: 'The person who submits the list will leave a copy on them and take the listed persons to the vote',” the SAA said.
"This is further evidence that there is no election and that the so-called government and opposition negotiations are plays for the international community, which, if it does not believe us, only needs to listen to this evidence," SSP said.