CRTA: Government-Opposition Dialogue Late Already | Beta Briefing

CRTA: Government-Opposition Dialogue Late Already

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Archive / News | 18.01.21 | access_time 16:44

Rasa Nedeljkov (Beta/Media center)

Rasa Nedeljkov, programme director of the Center for Research, Transparency and Accountability (CRTA), said on Jan. 18 that a government-opposition dialogue about the requirements of a free and fair vote was already late.

Nedeljkov said to a BETA reporter that it's very clear what needed to be done to improve the electoral legislation, and that the dialogue could start right away.

"What's missing is a dialogue about the political situation in Serbia - we need to take a deep breath and discuss the political crisis that captured institutions and the lack of pluralism have created. It is very important that the government and the opposition overcome their animosities and start promoting the public interest together, if they believe the problems in this society can be resolved through institutions."

When asked if the role of the European Parliament should be more active, Nedeljkov said it could be very useful during the dialogue, and in verifying that everything the two sides had agreed was actually implemented.

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