SNS refuses to separate elections, voting on April 3: 2nd phase of inter-party dialogue is underway
The SNS delegation in the negotiations taking place with the mediation of the European Parliament rejected the request to separate different types of elections and proposed that the voting be organized on April 3
The second phase of the inter-party dialogue between the government and the opposition is underway in the Palace of Serbia, with the participation of MEPs, and concerns election conditions in Serbia. As we have learned, the first disagreements arose regarding the idea to separate different types of elections - which the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) refused.
Namely, the representatives of the Serbian Progressive Party rejected the request coming from the opposition to separate elections next year, and proopsed that the voting be organized on April 3.
The president of Serbia and the leader of the SNS, Aleksandar Vucic, reiterated on several occasions that there will be no separation of elections, and that is also stated in the SPS platform on election conditions.
The meeting is attended by President of the Assembly of Serbia Ivica Dacic, as well as representatives of the ruling coalition and opposition parties.
Vladimir Orlic from the Serbian Progressive Party is present, as well as Djordje Milicevic and Zarko Obradovic from the ranks of the Socialists.
Among the participants are the president of the Party of Justice and Reconciliation, Muamer Zukorlic, and SDPS MP Natasa Mihailovic Vacic.
Leader of the Party of Freedom and Justice Dragan Djilas, president of the New Party (Nova Stranka) Aris Movsesian, leader of Dveri Bosko Obradovic, vice president of the People's Party Miroslav Aleksic, president of the Movement of Free Citizens Pavle Grbovic and president of Together for Serbia Nebojsa Zelenovic are also present.
Vucic speaks with MEPs
President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic today met with the mediators from the European Parliament in the inter-party dialogue: Tanja Fajon, Vladimir Bilcik and Knut Fleckenstein.
The proposals of certain parties to the MEPs which Tanjug has seen specify how many times a week and in which time slots opposition representatives should appear on public broadcasters, a commissioner for the protection of employees in the public sector is requested, but also the specifying of a text sent by MEPs.
Today's talks will last until late afternoon, while the president of the Assembly of Serbia and the MEPs are expected to hold a press conference tomorrow.
Video: Aleksandar Vucic arrives at inter-party dialogue in the Assembly of Serbia
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