The Serbian Public Party (SNS) and Minister for European Integration Jadranka Joksimovic said today that the decision will be made about whether the exceptional parliamentary elections will be held when discussing the SNS, with pressures all the arguments over and against them.
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He told the pink TV that everything is still being analyzed, and that the elections, as state president and SNS Aleksandar Vucic, will say soon, at all, because regular elections are close.
"There are reasons for and against," said Jadranka Joksimovic, adding that there were serious problems in front of Serbia, including the issue of Kosovo, the continuation of economic reforms, European integration, and the one that once favored stability instead of a period the election.
On the other hand, as he said, there is a need for new authenticity to continue the path that the Serbian government is doing, and in the face of the protests.
"New legitimacy should be assured to measure everyone who is among citizens," said Jadranka Joksimovic.
When criticizing the opposition, she said she created an atmosphere of "political public spokeswoman" that is never good.
"Here are people who do not have the power to lead the country because they do not have a self-control," said Jadranka Joksimovic.
McCalister next week in Belgrade and Pristina on the dialogue
He said next week, the European Parliament Rapporteur for Serbia David McKalister in Belgrade and Pristina will see how the two sides run.
He told the pink TV that McCalister will be leading a delegation of European parliamentarians, who will first come to Belgrade, and then Pristina, and that he will meet representatives of the Serbia and civil sector representatives.
"They want to see things happening in Serbia, they want to see the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina running. I think they will find specific issues," said Jadranka Joksimovic.
He added that Serbia had a ready position for Chapter Two on the removal of free workers, chapter four on capital movement freedom, 14 on transport policy and 21 on cross-European networks.
He said that everything was done on the Serbian and European side, but that this would affect the European elections because only after that the Serbia progress report, and the member states & # 39 ; n make the decision based on that report.