The ruling Serbian Progressive Party has started a dynamic struggle to win Serbia’s regular elections next year, determined to win a 50-plus majority. The campaign hinges on the launch of extensive investment projects, the first in line being the so-called Morava Corridor, connecting Cacak and Krusevac. The party leader, President Aleksandar Vucic, has said recently that together with the Serbian cabinet he is pushing for a Serbia 2025 agenda, involving a series of infrastructure projects. It is only logical to expect the party to use them as groundwork for the election campaign. Another expectation is that the shift to so-called major economic themes will make it possible for the ruling coalition to avoid burning political issues – Kosovo, independence of the judiciary, the media, corruption and scandals the opposition claims involves top government officials and their families.