Speaker Says Cabinet Will Be Formed by May 6, Calls Elections Most Serious So Far | Beta Briefing

Speaker Says Cabinet Will Be Formed by May 6, Calls Elections Most Serious So Far

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News / Politics | 29.04.24 | access_time 08:59

Assembly Speaker Ana Brnabic (Photo: Pedja Vuckovic)

Serbian parliament Speaker Ana Brnabic said on April 27 that the new cabinet would be elected by May 6, which is the deadline, and that the upcoming elections on June 2 "are the most serious ever."

"This is an election where they (the opposition) are looking at everything happening in Serbia as an opportunity for them. They have time to campaign, but the president of the state, Aleksandar Vucic, absolutely does not, even though people trust him the most, because he deals with matters that are in the national interest," Brnabic told Prva TV.

She said that one of the matters being handled by Vucic was the Resolution on genocide in Srebrenica. Brnabic also said "there is no election boycott" and that no one in the opposition would boycott the election.

"No one is boycotting the elections. In Novi Sad they are all running together, and in some other local self-administrations as well. They (the opposition) are not running in places where they can tell they are weak because they are supposedly boycotting elections there -- while running in places where they feel a little stronger because, supposedly, they are not boycotting elections there. Therefore there is no boycott," Brnabic concluded.

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