Demostat: Dejan Soskic Might be a Candidate to Run for the Opposition | Beta Briefing

Demostat: Dejan Soskic Might be a Candidate to Run for the Opposition

Source: Beta
News / Politics | 10.01.22 | access_time 15:27

Dejan Soskic (BETAPHOTO/MILAN OBRADOVIC)

A former National Bank of Serbia governor, Dejan Soskic, might be an opposition candidate to run for Serbian presidency or Belgrade mayorship, the Research and Publishing Center “Demostat” reported on Jan. 10.

According to Demostat, the Serbian opposition is considering Soskic’s candidacy because “the renowned economist has good poll ratings, and has never been labeled corrupt.”

Soskic ran the Serbian central bank from 2010 to 2012, and is a regular professor at the Belgrade School of Economics.

Demostat goes on to say that a former vice-president of the People’s Party, Zdravko Ponos, is another potential candidate who’s still in the game, along with a retired professor, Vladeta Jankovic, although Jankovic had said earlier that “the circumstances under which he might accept to run are hardly feasible.”

info
To get full access to all content of interest see our
Subscription offer
Or
Register for free
And read up to 5 articles each month.

Already have an account? Please Log in.

Related Articles

Latest News

SEE Business

Millions of EU assistance to the Western Balkans for the fight against the pandemic and for the economy

Analisys

Most Read

Biographies