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Tadic: These elections are crucial

11. March 2012. | 08:37

Source: Tanjug

 President Boris Tadic said Saturday that new Serbian prime minister would be from the ranks of the DS and that the party would never form a government coalition with the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) or the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS).

Serbian President and Democratic Party (DS) Leader Boris Tadic said Saturday that the upcoming elections were crucial for Serbia.

Tadic also said that the party would never form an unprincipled government that would put Serbia's strategic goals into jeopardy.

The leader of the Democrats called on the members of the DS main board to lead the Democratic Party to victory in the elections, so as not to allow the forces that could put Serbia on a backward path to get back to power.

“We reformed the essence of the Serbian society, but that does not mean that these elections are not important. They are crucial in preventing the people who created violence and self-destruction and who could set the entire process than began in 2000 in a backward direction,” said Tadic.

Tadic called for absolute mobilization of the DS membership, citizenship and intellectuals in order to prevent such a scenario from coming true.

“The danger is still there, and we must fight against it. It will no longer be there when Serbia gets the date for the start of (EU) membership negotiations, which we expect this year,” Tadic said.

He said that the parties that did not have their own principles, visions or plans, and who had been advocating for a “Greater Serbia,” while now advocated for Europe, were leading Serbia to endless turns.

Tadic: New prime minister will be from DS ranks

Democratic Party (DS) President Boris Tadic said Saturday that new Serbian prime minister would be from the ranks of the DS and that the party would never form a government coalition with the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) or the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS).

The DS leader said that the party's coalition partners would be the Social Democratic Party of Serbia (SDPS), the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV), the Christian Democratic Party of Serbia (DHSS), The Greens of Serbia and the national minorities' parties.

Tadic said that the party would not be a coalition partner of those who were groundlessly criticizing the Democratic Party in the hope of earning a vote more in their favor at the elections.

We want to lead a policy of reconciliation, cooperation with the world, but primarily we want to become a European Union member country that guards the identities of all communities.

At the DS main board meeting, Tadic called for the support for his proposal, saying that the DS had to win the new elections. “I order you to” do so, he said.

Tadic pointed out, however, that the coalition partners had to have a common ground with the DS on vital issues concerning Serbia and its citizens.


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