The Dveri Movement’s leader, Bosko Obradovic, said on March 1 that all politicians who “haven’t said anything about accepting the Franco-German plan for the normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia will eventually have to accept it publicly so that the European Union couldn’t find fault with them.”
“What do you think about the silence of (politicians) Dacic, Palma, Djilas, the Green, the multicolored and all the others who have decided to keep silent while Vucic is accepting the Franco-German plan for the recognition of the false state of Kosovo? All of them will eventually have to accept it publicly so that the EU would find no fault with them,” Obradovic said on Twitter.
The Dveri leader said that in a Feb. 28 interview with the Serbian state-run broadcaster RTS Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic failed to respond to a demand by his Dveri, the Oath Keepers, the New Democratic Party of Serbia and the Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia to resign, and that an early vote be called over the alleged acceptance of the plan.
“It hurts him. The acceptance of the Franco-German agreement, the violation of the Constitution and his presidential oath cost him legitimacy, and he must leave,” Obradovic explained.