Dacic suggests President Vucic a joint participation of SPS and SNS in elections

Dacic suggests President Vucic a joint participation of SPS and SNS in elections

Dacic suggests President Vucic a joint participation of SPS and SNS in elections Izvor: N1

Foreign Minister and Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) leader Ivica Dacic said he suggested to President Aleksandar Vucic joint participation of his own and Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) in the upcoming elections.

“I suggest that we run in elections together to avoid problems and to show that there is no reason for anyone to suspect me of running (in elections) with the opposition,” said Dacic, responding to allegations that the SPS is not a loyal partner to the SNS and would like to join with the opposition parties.

Serbia is likely to see its parliamentary elections either at the end of April or the beginning of May 2020.

SPS has been a partner to the ruling SNS since 2012, but the two parties never took part in an election together.

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