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No Deal on Election Conditions after Meeting of Senior Officials in Parliament

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News / Politics | 01.04.24 | access_time 18:52

The representatives of the Serbia Against Violence and Hope coalitions said in a press release on April 1 that no agreement had been reached in talks with representatives of the government on fulfilling ODIHR recommendations regarding election conditions and announced that the talks would resume on April 3, the deadline for accepting the conditions for a fair election.

"We will not agree to new election fraud. We received some signals about what the government may accept, but we won't agree to partial solutions, to the government picking and choosing which demands to meet," MP Radomir Lazovic told a news conference in the hall of the Serbian parliament building.

Asked what would happen if the government did not accept the terms on April 3 either, Lazovic stressed that the "situation is too serious" to say ahead of time what the opposition would do.

He said the two coalitions were ready for a solution to be found, but that the government had to show the same desire and give guarantees that any agreement would be honored.

Milos Jovanovic, the president of New Democratic Party of Serbia, which is allied with the Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia, said that the two coalitions were resolute and united in their demands, which were "the barest minimum, no whim or ultimatum."

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