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Opposition no Closer to Agreement Even After Elections

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News / Politics | 24.06.24 | access_time 12:40


Collaboration between Dragan Djilas’s Freedom and Justice Party and those opposition parties which chose to run in the June 2 elections is possible, but not in the same way the Serbia Against Violence coalition once operated, Djilas’s VP Marinika Tepic stated on June 24.

Speaking for the Nova daily, Tepic claimed that the portion of opposition that took part in the elections “wanted to get rid of” Djilas.

Those parties “acted opportunistically,” first betraying the coalition agreement and the fight for a fair vote, then later the election itself, she said, adding that, now, that segment of the opposition continues to insist it was right, “even though all facts point to the opposite.”

Tepic went on to say that the loudest voices remain those who, even ahead of the December vote, believed that removing Djilas would enable them to flourish – and who invested considerable effort into creating tensions and distrust within the Serbia Against Violence coalition from the outset.

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