The Democratic Party leader, Zoran Lutovac, said on June 30 that an attack against Montenegrin Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic's daughters by Serbian tabloids was a media manifestation of the policy Aleksandar Vucic had been running at home and in the region.
Lutovac said in a comment for BETA that Vucic treated as enemies everyone who was not with him, or was against him.
"The regime that unabashedly adorns itself with the ultimate successes of Serbian brilliant athletes has made the country a number one generator of enemies. Everyone who thinks differently is an enemy in Serbia, while in the region it's everyone who refuses to accept Vucic's advice or allies," the party's president said, adding that it's with unbearable ease that Vucic's hostility could spill from politics into private lives.
Lutovac said that a lack of civility, political correctness and media culture had poisoned the public and interpersonal relations, solidifying a pattern of primitivism.