Dramatist and director Sinisa Kovacevic said on May 11 that there was still time for society to be reset in the right way and that was "through the resignation of the president, Cabinet, dissolution of parliament and the formation of a temporary cabinet."
He told the Nova newspaper that the provisional government would be made up "of people from the government, opposition, several university professors and academicians who would prepare the first real democratic elections in Serbia."
"If the Serbian Progressive Party won these elections I would either bow my head to better carry the yoke and accept this form of political reality or pack my bags and leave this place," Kovacevic, the vice-president of the People's Party and chairman of parliament's Committee on Culture and Information said.
"There you have the road for Serbia to become healthy again. For that to happen some people need to give up the most potent drug - power," Kovacevic said.