Dacic Says Vucic Will Attend Inter-Party Dialogue Next Week   | Beta Briefing

Dacic Says Vucic Will Attend Inter-Party Dialogue Next Week  

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Archive / News | 20.07.21 | access_time 16:29

Not much is known about the two-day meetings which saw representatives of the reigning Serbian Progressive Party sit down at the same table with representatives of the majority of opposition parties (BETAPHOTO/MILAN OBRADOVIC/MO)

Parliament speaker Ivica Dacic on July 20 said that President Aleksandar Vucic would take part in talks within the inter-party dialogue next week, which would be held without international mediation.  

Dacic told TV Happy that the dialogue on improving the election process was going on “much better” with the opposition parties which did not wish international mediation than with those insisting on the engagement of European Parliament representatives.  

“Normal communication without any prejudice has been maintained within the working group for the dialogue, which meets on a weekly basis,” Dacic said, adding that the topics discussed within the dialogue referred to the media, election process and Election Day, particularly in terms of vote count control.  

Dacic, also the Socialist Party of Serbia leader, said that representatives of his and the Serbian Progressive Party would meet next week to discuss cooperation.

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