The Enough is Enough movement's leader, Sasa Radulovic, said on June 3 that his party would take part in Serbia's next polls on June 21.
At a press conference in the Serbian parliament building, Radulovic said that the decision was made after a deadline for the opposition to get back to the idea of election boycott had expired. "We know that it will not be a fair vote, that it will be rigged and that we are now witnessing a total media blackout, which particularly affects the Movement, but the conditions have been the same for the last 30 years," he said.
Radulovic did admit though that today's conditions were even worse, referring to voter registration lists and intimidation of voters in particular.
He underlined that election boycott might be a tool that can produce a result, but the Alliance for Serbia and the Movement of Free Citizens had broken the agreement reached half a year ago. "A boycott might give results only if an election is boycotted by all of the opposition. Otherwise it's just a meaningless act by desperate people," Radulovic said.