The year in the Assembly of Serbia began in the same way it is ending now. At the end of the day, it did not seem to matter whether helping families with children or reports on the work of supposedly independent institutions were on the agenda. The MPs showed that the election campaign is above all.
“As President Aleksandar Vučić says, the economy of Serbia is progressing well, we are progressing well in all areas. There is no problem with money, there is enough money, we just need children to be born.“
“There are less than three months left until the presidential, parliamentary and local elections, and that is why it is important that we all vote in the upcoming elections together, to support the policy of the Serbian Progressive Party and the policy of Aleksandar Vučić, because in that way, we’ll show that we don’t want to withdraw and that we won’t withdraw before the worst ones, the ones who had brought us to the abyss in 2012.”
“The vision of the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, guarantees us that we will do the work for our citizens, our children and all generations to come in an even better and even greater interest for a better tomorrow of our country, our Serbia.”
“Our officials suffer insults and threats with dignity. But that is not the solution. The solution should be an adequate reaction by the competent state institutions so that every citizen of Serbia could feel protected. Why? Because everyone from the SNS, led by Aleksandar Vučić, we are fighting for a strong Serbia, for a modern Serbia, we are fighting for the future of our Serbia, for all our children, because for us, Serbia comes first.”
“However, as representatives of the SNS, led by the policy of Aleksandar Vučić, we are trying in every way to restore the trust of the citizens of the Republic of Serbia in all institutions, including the judiciary.“
The regular session is over, and before the elections are announced, the MPs will have a few more extraordinary sittings to recommend themselves to the one who makes the electoral list.
For the Open Parliament, Mirjana Nikolić.