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Kacin welcomes announced Government reshuffle

17. February 2011. | 06:43

Source: Tanjug

European Parliament Rapporteur on Serbia Jelko Kacin welcomed the announcement of Serbian government reshuffle aimed at securing its better efficiency and regaining citizens' trust.

European Parliament Rapporteur on Serbia Jelko Kacin welcomed the announcement of Serbian government reshuffle aimed at securing its better efficiency and regaining citizens' trust.

Serbia needs a government which will be committed to improving citizens' lives, and implementing necessary reforms on the country's EU pathway, Kacin told Deutsche Welle.

Commenting on the dismissal of Minister Mladjan Dinkic, Kacin said he sees it as a reasonable reaction to the clear signals and warnings of the Serbian society about the unacceptable conduct of the ruling coalition which hindered the government in performing its obligations.

Underlining that the decision by the prime minister Cvetkovic is a message that paves the way for a comprehensive government reshuffle, Kacin said that the coalition partners should capitalize on the current situation and determine the operational capacity that the government needs in order to achieve the set goals, and thus reach the solution concerning a wider reshuffle.

According to Kacin, what the Serbian government needs before all is operational capability.

Certain changes require greater political will, Kacin noted voicing his expectation that the government in Belgrade will opt for certain political and personnel solutions, which would help meet the social needs and expectations of the people.


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