Since the Feb. 27 talks between the leaders of Belgrade and Pristina in Brussels, where they concurred on an Agreement on the path to normalization of relations, there have been no turbulent events on the Serbian political scene, although some figures’ moves did attract attention. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is striving to put the spotlight on the fact that he did not sign anything in Brussels, the leader of the biggest opposition party, Dragan Djilas, has unexpectedly called for a snap general election, while the right-wing parliamentary parties have announced big demonstrations against acceptance of the Agreement, but no earlier than for March 17. Those moves by the pro-European and nationalist portions of the opposition can be interpreted as implicit support to Vucic.
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