Serbia’s Dacic: Wire-tapping of Vucic’s phone – coup d’état

Ivica Dačić
Source: Tanjug/ Sava Radovanović

Serbia’s Parliament Speaker Ivica Dacic said on Wednesday that the wire-tapping of President Aleksandar Vucic’s phone conversations helped by ‘system’s logistic’ was the coup d'état and the destruction of the Constitutional order.

He reiterated Vucic’s claim form on December 31, 2020.

“The dilution of the case would tantamount to an amnesty. It is not possible that over 1,500 tapped conversation is a coincidence. The system had to warn Vucic about that,” Dacic told the Belgrade Happy TV.

He added that it had to be discovered who ordered the wire-tapping because some politicians and public figures were trying to relativise the case by saying that Vucic was not under surveillance but some other people he talked to.

Dacic said that any mafia sought the logistics from those it depended on, “not from the National Library,” and added the case of Veljko Belivuk’s criminal group should be how deep its links went.