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Dveri Suggests New Opposition Deal to Topple Progressives’ Government

Source: Beta
Archive / News | 24.05.23 | access_time 14:32


In a May 24 “open letter to the opposition peers,” the Dveri Movement’s leader, Bosko Obradovic, offered “a new three-point opposition agreement” to facilitate cooperation between “nation-building and pro-Western opposition parties,” in order to topple the Serbian Progressive Party’s authorities.

Obradovic said in the letter delivered to the media that Dveri wanted to “upgrade the existing demands” voiced during the “Serbia Against Violence” protests with a request “that the  Government of Serbia should resign and be replaced with a transitional cabinet until new elections, which would be tasked with securing the freedom of the media and free elections.”

The next point of Dveri’s opposition deal is “a new social contract for a post-Vucic Serbia, and the last suggests “two or three election lines, like in Montenegro, which would enter into a non-aggression and cooperation agreement to protect election results, and secure the freedom of ideological alignment.”

According to Obradovic, the three pillars of the new social contract are “the national agreement for Serbia to protect the nation and the state, the democratic agreement for Serbia to secure the rule of the people, institutions and laws, and the green agreement for Serbia to protect the environment.”

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