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Kostunica: Government wants to destroy DSS

21. March 2011. | 15:42

Source: Tanjug

Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) President Vojislav Kostunica thinks the government is trying to destroy the DSS and called on the public to react.

Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) President Vojislav Kostunica thinks the government is trying to destroy the DSS and called on the public to react.

"The government has been running a constant campaign against the DSS for three years and now that the special prosecutor has joined in, the attacks have become an expression of obvious hate ," Kostunica said at a party meeting.

The only reason for the attacks is the DSS policy to tell the truth about Kosovo, NATO, the EU, poverty and the problems the regime has caused to the country, he noted.

The future will be full of trials Kostunica remarked.

The government has foreign support and claims there is no other alternative but to join the EU, but on the other side, there are the Serbian people, culture and tradition, he stressed.


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