Politicologist Boban Stojanovic stated on Nov. 6 that the current format of the dialogue on election conditions was unusable and that he believed the representative of the European Parliament, Tanja Fajon, would take initiative and create a different one, in which EU representatives would talk with the opposition on the one side, and with representatives of the authorities on the other.
"That is a format that would yield long-term results and which could be the beginning of a more serious involvement of European parliamentarians and the start of a framework for the negotiations between the authorities and the opposition, which could take place at some moment," Stojanovic told BETA.
He said that the Alliance for Serbia had not participated in the current format of the EU-mediated dialogue in the Serbian Parliament, but only several "minor" parties, and that an agreement had not been reached.
"I think that Tanja Fajon and the new European Parliament's rapporteur for Serbia, Vladimir Bilcik, had realized that things in Serbia are not functioning, and that they will probably be the first to do something so that a step forward could be taken. It is obvious that this part of the opposition does not want to participate in the talks organized by Maja Gojkovic, which is logical, since she is the personification of bad work and one of the reasons why they walked out of the Serbian Parliament," Stojanovic stated.