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Dacic: Elections will probably be held in March next year

19. June 2011. | 08:23

Source: Tanjug

President of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Ivica Dacic said Saturday that he expects new elections in Serbia to be held in March the following year.

President of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Ivica Dacic said Saturday that he expects new elections in Serbia to be held in March the following year.

He expects the SPS to do well at the elections, and possibly better than others.

At a meeting of the SPS Belgrade about new elections, held in the Serbian capital on Saturday, Dacic said the SPS would certainly not run in the elections to come third.

He added that the latest attacks on the SPS in which the party had once again been associated with the family Slobodan Milosevic would not reduce the party's rating.

The allegations were in connection with a court decision stripping the Milosevic family of the ownership rights over a villa in Belgrade's Uzicka Street.

“Our past is a problem we need to face on our own, but we expect our partners to respect us, because if it were not for us there would be no coalition at all,” Dacic said.

The SPS President said that over the following year and a half, the SPS should figure out how to achieve the best possible results at the coming elections together with its partners, the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia (PUPS) and the United Serbia (JS), and then form a ruling coalition with the Democratic Party (DS) once again.

According to him, it is important that the SPS does well at the new elections in both Belgrade and the rest of Serbia, as that would facilitate the realization of the party's goals.


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