Progressives’ Top Official Announces Coalition with Socialists     | Beta Briefing

Progressives’ Top Official Announces Coalition with Socialists    

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News / Politics | 17.10.22 | access_time 14:04

Milos Vucevic, the vice president of the Serbian Progressive Party (BETAPHOTO/DRAGAN GOJIC)

The Serbian Progressive Party top official and the Novi Sad mayor, Milos Vucevic, on Oct. 17 said that the party Main Committee and the Presidency would be meeting late this week or early next week to discuss ministerial posts in a new cabinet, adding that a coalition with the Socialist Party of Serbia was “certain.”  

“If would be a cabinet of continuity in the context of the policy primarily conducted by President Aleksandar Vucic and of what the Serbian Progressive Party, as the majority partner in the government, has been doing so far. This coalition needs to have a new volume and energy and bring new vitality,” Vucevic told TV Pink. 

He stressed that the new cabinet required “stronger cohesion with fewer dissonant voices and individual views on what the government and the president define as the state policy.” “It is uncomfortable and slightly indecent to see every other day some minister publicly presenting their personal opinions which often deviate from public statements of the prime minister or the president,” Vucevic noted. 

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