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Pupovac:Serbs most probably to join new government

13. December 2011. | 09:17

Source: Tanjug

Deputy President of the Independent Democratic Serb Party (SSDS) in Croatia Milorad Pupovac believes that representatives of Serbs will participate in the new government.

Deputy President of the Independent Democratic Serb Party (SSDS) in Croatia Milorad Pupovac believes that representatives of Serbs will participate in the new government.

“We expect that we will be members of a coalition in the new government regardless of the fact that the winners in the elections have the possibility to form the cabinet on their own. We will discuss everything officially once Croatia President Ivo Josipovic gives mandate to Zoran Milanovic, and that will happen soon,” Pupovac said for Belgrade daily Vecernje Novosti.

He said that he already conferred with candidate for the future prime minister Zoran Milovanovic on participation of Serbs in the new government, as well as with other members of Kukuriku Coalition which won the elections on December 4.

He added that he expects that Serb representatives will participate in lower levels of the government, adding that it is crucial for the government to offer functional solutions for positions which are important for Serbs.

Speaking about the relations between Serbia and Croatia and possibility of withdrawal of the genocide lawsuit which Croatia issued against Serbia, Pupovac said that the resolution of sensitive issues will depend on social and economic situations in both countries.

“If the current political circumstances remain unchanged, we can expect the withdrawal of the lawsuit. If social and economic conditions get worse, the lawsuit could be left waiting in the drawer or be resolved by the court, said Pupovac, whose party won three seats in the latest elections.


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13. December 2011. 19:23:27

| Danny


Not sure why Serbia and Croatia are still at it? Time to grow up on both sides. Both speak the same language it was officially known as Serbo-Croatian during Yugoslavia, They both visit each other often and tourism is high on both sides, The only difference is their religion yet they are both Christian Nations. Give up the hate already! They should have kept Yugoslavia together and screw those politicians who wanted to destroy Yugoslavia so they can have access to the wealth that the Balkan nation of 25,000,000 people had.


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