Serbia: End of May, agenda for bipartisan dialogue, Dacic said

The Speaker of the National Assembly of Serbia, Ivica Dačić, stated that he will have a response from the representatives of the European Parliament at the end of May, on the agenda of the bipartisan dialogue for the improvement of the electoral conditions.

Dacic, as a guest on Happy TV, also said that he thought that the part of the opposition that announced the possibility of boycotting the elections would again not have the support of MEPs for this.

“They keep saying that a boycott is not an option,” Dacic said, adding that the opposition was struggling to cross the electoral threshold to enter parliament.

“Elections are the day of crisis where you get the verdict from the voters more than you deserve,” Dacic said.

The speaker of the Serbian National Assembly also said that a session of the Serbian Parliament is likely to be scheduled for June 8th, at which the proposal for an amendment to the Constitution will be discussed. Then, as expected, the proposal to amend the part of the Constitution that refers to the election of judges will be approved.

“So by the end of the year, there will be a referendum on it, or, along with the election,” Dacic said. /ibna

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