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CEP Expects Clear, Unambiguous EC Report

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Archive / News | 28.09.20 | access_time 08:33

Srdjan Majstorovic (Wikimedia/European Western Balkans)

Srdjan Majstorovic, head of the board of directors of the Center for European Policy, said on Sept. 27 that he expected the European Commission's report on Serbia, to be released on Oct. 6, to be clear and unambiguous, and to call all negative things in Serbia by their true names.

Majstorovic told the direktno.rs website that, since last year's report, as reputable international and domestic organizations agree, Serbia had turned from a partly consolidated democracy into a hybrid regime with many of the traits of a hijacked state.

"Today Serbia is a state where the principle of the separation of powers is not being upheld, where elections take place in conditions that are not fully free and fair, where the influence of politics on justice is the rule rather than the exception," Majstorovic stressed, adding that the press, civil society organizations and individuals were the target of intimidation and threats if they dared to maintain their professional integrity.

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