Mladjan Dordjevic, the adviser to the former Serbian president Boris Tadic, has said that a boycott of the upcoming elections at all levels will serve “to separate the wheat from the chaff.”
“Since 2012, when the coalition of the Radicals and the Yugoslav Left (JUL) assumed power, there have been no free elections in Serbia, but only fake and rigged elections with the outcome known in advance. For something to be boycotted, that something needs to exist. Also, in 2020, there is no a single condition for free elections and elections are either free or are no elections at all,” Djordjevic has told the Feb. 11 issue of Belgrade daily Danas.
“It is why the Serbian opposition is not boycotting something that does not exist, but is using a boycott of madness in which we live to struggle for establishing conditions for the first free elections in Serbia since 2012.”
“Serbia is a country that has been taken captive and in such a country there are no free cities,” Djordjevic said, explaining that it was why elections had to be boycotted at all levels.
Djordjevic also said that he was nonpartisan, but “a part of the defiant people struggling to liberate Serbia from the incumbent unqualified, thieving and traitorous regime.”
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