Opposition: It's Not Up to Dacic and Vucic to Choose EU Delegates for Serbia's Government-Opposition Talks | Beta Briefing

Opposition: It's Not Up to Dacic and Vucic to Choose EU Delegates for Serbia's Government-Opposition Talks

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News / Politics | 27.01.21 | access_time 16:50

Borko Stefanovic (Beta/Milan Obradovic)

In a Jan. 27 message for the Serbian speaker, Ivica Dacic, A Party of Freedom and Justice vice-president, Borko Stefanovic, said that it wouldn't be him, or President Aleksandar Vucic for that matter, to decide who would represent the European Union (EU) in Serbia's dialogue on national election terms.

It was Stefanovic's response to Dacic's words that a Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Tanja Fajon, "is not objective," and "has sided with the opposition," which was the reason, as he put it, for a demand that she should be excluded from the government-opposition talks in Serbia.

"We do condemn the intent of Ivica Dacic and his chief, Aleksandar Vucic, to prevent MEP Tanja Fajon from taking part in a dialogue between European and Serbian parliamentarians," Stefanovic said.

The opposition party official added that Dacic's request was just a follow-up to the strategy of shutting down individuals and politicians saying loud and clear that the authorities in Serbia were no longer on the path to the EU.

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