Serbia’s opposition discuss partnership ahead of 2022 elections

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Nebojša Zelenović
Source: N1

The president of the 'Together for Serbia' party, Nebojsa Zelenovic, said on Thursday his organisation was discussing "partnership" with the Party of Freedom and Justice (SAA), the Movement of Free Citizens (PSG), the Democratic Party (DS) and the movement 'Let's Not Drown Belgrade.'

„It is a partnership in which we will not attack each other. It’s also about ideas on how to present different policies on several lists, support each other at the local levels where there is the most pressure on voters,“ Zelenovic said in a debate on the state broadcaster RTS.

Speaking about the last round of inter-party dialogue on election conditions with the mediation of the European Parliament (EP) members, Zelenovic reiterated he did not accept the proposed solutions for media reporting and election control.

„We do not need another advisory body, but one that will enable people to express electoral will without pressure,“ Zelenovic said.

Bojan Torbica, a deputy leader of the Socialist Movement, the coalition partner of the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) led by President Aleksandar Vucic, coalition partner, said the talks with the MEPs were not a dialogue, but an opposition’s monologue in which it „hoped“ the EP would „help it enter the parliament“ by blackmailing Serbia.

„It is miserable when you call a neighbour to settle relations in the house. It is miserable when you go to Brussels and Strasbourg,“ he said.

 

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