Tadic: Vucic Managed to Destroy Political Life in Serbia, Election Results Not Normal | Beta Briefing

Tadic: Vucic Managed to Destroy Political Life in Serbia, Election Results Not Normal

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Archive / News | 22.06.20 | access_time 15:41

Boris Tadic (Beta/Milan Obradovic)

Boris Tadic, the Social Democratic Party leader and former Serbian president, said in the evening of June 21, that the general elections’ results show that the current president, Aleksandar Vucic, had "destroyed political life” in the country.

“The results show that Vucic has totalled the Serbian political structure… It’s not normal to have a single party gain 62 percent [of the vote] – it just isn’t normal, and testifies to the state Serbia is in,” Tadic said for N1 TV.

According to him, the fact that one party received 62 percent of the vote, while the runner-up got only ten, and the only other electoral ticket to enter the assembly gained 4 percent of support, shows how Vucic has envisioned “the political life, the work of the assembly, the media sphere and the engineering of human souls.”

Tadic also said that the opposition has to really think hard about what they will going to do in the next elections, as there is fear that boycotting may force the opposition’s local infrastructure “to cross elsewhere,” which might make organizing any future campaign very difficult.  

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