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Democrats Want Serbian President to Resign

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Archive / News | 26.07.21 | access_time 15:52

Press conference outside the ruling party's central office,Belgrade,July 26(BETAPHOTO/MILOS MISKOV/DS)

As the Serbian Progressive Party's 10th year in power begins, the Democratic Party warned on July 26 that the criminalization of society, enormous borrowing by the government and a series of empty promises marked the Progressive rule, requesting Serbian President Aleksanar Vucic, who is also the ruling party's leader, to step down.

The chair of the Democratic Party steering committee, Srdjan Milivojevic, said at a press conference outside the ruling party's central office in Novi Beograd that on July 27 the 10th year of the Progressive Party's self-rule begins."

"I urge Vucic to resign and peacefully cede power to Serbian citizens, and then surrender to the Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime," the Democrat official said to reporters.

Another senior Democrat, the party's vice-president, Tatjana Manojlovic, said that everyone was aware that Serbia "needs to be saved." "Serbia will survive this, too...We all know that changes are underway, that tyranny crumbles and that the dawn of freedom is ahead," Manojlovic said.

She added that silence was no longer an option, appealing to Serbia "to wake up."

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