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VUCIC TO OPPONENTS 25. 03. 2019.   >>  17:05 0

VUCIC TO OPPONENTS

‘’Opposition should say if they want elections or my head’’

Aleksandar Vucic, the President of Serbia, said on Monday that “the opposition should finally tell people what it wants” - elections or “his head and told them to openly say they wanted the latter, since, as he said, they could not win a vote and come to power otherwise, the Beta news agency reported.

In an article for the Serbian Telegraf tabloid, he said it was clear the opposition was not ready for elections since in the last seven years they “had been losing more than convincingly.” ”And, if the elections are not their aim, what is it? What they want by storming the (state) RTS television building, when they encircle the Presidency, when organizing gatherings to which ‘the whole of Serbia will come’,” Vucic asked.

He said the opposition “will find some people who will “jokingly’” remove him from power without elections, “in the same way they joked with gallows and saws.”

Some protesters carried improvised gallows during rallies, while two young men entered the RTS with a saw as a part of their performances.

 “The authorities in this country win in the elections and those who want that differently should say so. They should not hide behind the children or behind all others who are, with or without reason, unhappy, nor they should use stupid jokes,” Vucic, 49, wrote.

For over three months, the civil protests have been going on in Belgrade, later followed by the same #1 in 5 million gatherings in some 100 places across the county with three main demands: Vucic’s resignation, fair election conditions and free media.

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