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Jeremic believes he could defeat Vucic

By   /  21/02/2017  /  Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Jeremic believes he could defeat Vucic

  Vuk Jeremic, former Serbian foreign minister, announced today that he would not give up from running for president in favor of ex-ombudsman Sasa Jankovic. Jeremic, who was also United Nations General Assembly head, has started his campaign earlier this year; Jankovic officially begun his battle for presidency on Sunday. “I have always been saying […]

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Nikolic gives up from running for second term

By   /  20/02/2017  /  Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Nikolic gives up from running for second term

  Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic declared that he would not run for second term in the upcoming elections. Nikolic said that after meeting with prime minister Aleksandar Vucic. Thus, Nikolic put an end on both speculations initiated by himself about his nomination and unease within ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) which decided to nominate Vucic, […]

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Slow Serb reaction on lawsuit review

By   /  20/02/2017  /  BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Slow Serb reaction on lawsuit review

  Apart from a few meetings and threats with institutional blockade, Serb representatives in BiH still didn’t do anything to stop the demand for revision of the lawsuit of BiH against Serbia. The most serious attempt was made by BiH Foreign Minister, Igor Crnadak, who ordered BiH Ambassador in Hague Mirsada Colakovic to transfer his letter […]

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Vucic: “I respect Nikolic, but I’m not a trader”

By   /  20/02/2017  /  Headlines, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Vucic: “I respect Nikolic, but I’m not a trader”

  “Politics is not a trade, I am not trader and I don’t want to take part in a media reality show”, prime minister Aleksandar Vucic told journalists who asked him about further steps after president Tomislav Nikolic announced that he would rerun in upcoming elections. Nikolic’s bid was contrary to Serbian Progressive Party’s (SNS) […]

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Soros and Gulen “enemies” of the Balkans?

By   /  19/02/2017  /  AL Politics, Albania, BA Politics, BG Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Kosovo, MK Politics, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia, TR Politics, Turkey, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on Soros and Gulen “enemies” of the Balkans?

  With an article entitled ”Soros the Balkans’ favourite enemy” Deutsche Welle (DW) refers to the activities of the Hungarian-American investor in the Balkans and to the “strange” NGO’s active in the region and funded by him. According to DW Balkan countries are increasingly prone to totalitarianism. But the absurdity of the whole matter is […]

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No deal between Vucic and Nikolic

By   /  18/02/2017  /  Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on No deal between Vucic and Nikolic

  The central committee of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) has anonymously supported its leader – and current prime minister – Aleksandar Vucic to run for president in the upcoming elections, after shock that created SNS founder and incumbent president Tomislav Nikolic’s decision to rerun on his own. At the SNS central committee session Vucic […]

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Nikolic and Vucic suddenly at war

By   /  16/02/2017  /  Headlines, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Nikolic and Vucic suddenly at war

  Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic’s decision to rerun in the upcoming elections has deeply shocked ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), which had previously chosen its leader, prime minister Aleksandar Vucic, as its nominee. Vucic accepted nomination on Tuesday, and Nikolic announced his bid a day after. These decisions are the culmination of uncertainty that lasted […]

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Protestors demand Belgrade mayor resignation

By   /  15/02/2017  /  Headlines, Politics, RS Politics, RS Social, Serbia, Social  /  Comments Off on Protestors demand Belgrade mayor resignation

  Several thousand protestors have demanded today  the resignation of Belgrade’s mayor Sinisa Mali over the 2016 illegal demolishing in the inner city. The protests were sparked by Mali’s ex-wife confession, according to which he admitted his central role in controversial events. Earlier, prime minister Aleksandar Vucic had claimed that Mali would not “remain too […]

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Ruling party announces Aleksandar Vucic’s presidential bid

By   /  14/02/2017  /  Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Ruling party announces Aleksandar Vucic’s presidential bid

  Aleksandar Vucic will be nominated as the candidate of the ruling SNS party in this year’s presidential elections in Serbia. The party’s presidency made the decision unanimously on Tuesday afternoon. This has been confirmed by Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, who spoke to reporters after the meeting. “Vucic, unanimously,” he said. Vucic, SNS leader and […]

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