Socialist Party of Serbia MP Ivica Dacic on Feb. 6 said that his party would continue to be “a constructive element of political stability and state unity” in the Serbian Parliament.
After the parliament constitutive session, Dacic, the Socialists’ leader, told reporters that his party would maintain the partnership with the Serbian Progressive Party and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, adding he expected collaboration to continue in the parliament and also in a future government.
“We want to give our contribution to the state and national interests of Serbia,” Dacic stressed. He added that a new parliament was formed within the legally prescribed timeframe, and condemned the actions of opposition MPs, noting that “such a disgrace in the parliament was unnecessary.”
“I have been a member of the parliament since 1992, and no constitutive session has seen anyone behaving like this, posting banners, shouting, swearing, and threatening. Those who had complaints should have used legal procedures,” Dacic noted.