Vucic: Opposition Wants Subservient, Sycophantic Serbia Without National Identity | Beta Briefing

Vucic: Opposition Wants Subservient, Sycophantic Serbia Without National Identity

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News / Politics | 08.12.23 | access_time 11:40

Aleksandar Vucic (BETAPHOTO/EMIL VAS/EV)

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Dec. 8 that the opposition wanted a subservient, sycophantic Serbia, one that would apologize to everyone, and a Serbia without its own national identity.

He told Pink TV that he was planning on remaining the biggest nuisance for the opposition, but would never agree to do business with them.

"Some have a party approach, while others take care of the state. These from the so-called Serbia Against Violence ticket are the most violent," said Vucic.

He also said the opposition was taking over the Serbian Progressive Party's ideas as its own, but that it did not know how the city (Belgrade) functioned.

"I will not be the president if these [people] rule Serbia. I don't care about the salary, rather about changing Serbia together with the citizens. I will not kowtow to those who persecute those who think differently," said Vucic.

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