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Former Prime Minister To Retire from Politics

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Archive / News | 21.07.22 | access_time 15:50

Zoran Zivkovic (Beta/Milan Obradovic)

New Party founder and a former prime minister Zoran Zivkovic has announced his retirement from politics and said that every politician from his generation should do likewise.

"All of the politicians who began their activity in the first half of the last decade of the 20th century  should immediately drop further direct political action. Ergo, all of them should resign from their partisan and state posts and quit the parties that they belong to. This also applies to me," Zivkovic said in an op-ed for the latest, July 21 edition of the NIN weekly.

He stressed that "for everyone smart - enough, it has lasted long enough." He said that 30 years of permanent political activity in an immature, inarticulate, and by rule primitive inconsistent political ambient had consequences. "These actors are hated, despised, uninteresting and damaging to the ideas, programs and plans that their political organizations present and try to win votes in elections with, those votes that the political mafia has not stolen or bought," Zivkovic said.

He called "on the Serbia supreme tyrant of today" to "leave politics and let history but also legal and medical institutions judge his true and indisputable historical role." "This also goes for everyone appointed by him, but also everyone with whom he held secret post-electoral talks with and made deals with the devil with, who presented themselves as opposition leaders," Zivkovic wrote.

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