Djilas Expects Regime Change after New Belgrade Elections   | Beta Briefing

Djilas Expects Regime Change after New Belgrade Elections  

Source: Beta
News / Politics | 17.05.22 | access_time 12:09


Freedom and Justice Party leader Dragan Djilas on May 17 said that new elections in Belgrade would show even more support to the opposition and would lead to regime change in the Serbian capital.  

In an interview to Belgrade daily Nova, Djilas recalled that in Belgrade, the opposition had won 70,000 votes more than the Serbian Progressive Party and the Socialist Party of Serbia, despite their “phantom voters” and vote buying practice.
“These are the facts which are clear to all, which some are willing to admit and some are not. In new elections, whether they are held in December or next March, I am expecting the opposition to make a bigger difference against the ruling coalition,” Djilas stressed.  

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