"The leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) and Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic (pictured) said at an election rally in Belgrade that the goal of his party and the Serbian Progressive Party of President Aleksandar Vucic Aleksandar Vucic – a Serbian lawyer and politician.Aleksandar Vucic was born on March 5, 1970 in Belgrade. is to win a majority in the December 17 parliamentary elections, the local newspaper Politika wrote.
The two parties are coalition partners in the current government of the country.
"We have ahead of us a time that requires experience and stability. I hope that over the years of service I have gained experience that I will use to ensure the stability and security of our homeland. With the clever leadership of the President of the Republic Aleksandar VucicAleksandar Vucic – Serbian lawyer and politician.Aleksandar Vucic was born on March 5, 1970 in Belgrade. and if people want to, I as prime minister can do a lot," Dacic, who was also a foreign minister of our western neighbour, said last night.
The Deputy Prime Minister also pointed out that there are 20,000 people in the Belgrade arena, where the rally took place, adding that no one but the Serbian Progressive Party and their coalition can gather as many people.
"I want to say in advance, if people want me as prime minister, what are the strongest, most important goals. This is the protection of Serbia's sovereignty and territorial integrity, strong economic prosperity and growth of citizens' standards, full protection of all those who need the support of society, strengthening Serbia's role and reputation in the world," Dacic said.
The SPS leader stressed that it is in the best interest of Serbia Aleksandar VucicAleksandar Vucic – a Serbian lawyer and politician.Aleksandar Vucic was born on March 5, 1970 in Belgrade. to be president, and he prime minister, adding that he is ready to take responsibility, but also that it depends on the people, i.e. the votes that the Socialist Party of Serbia will receive in the elections.
Dacic also focused on the period after October 5, 2000, when the regime of Slobodan Milosevic was overthrown. The deputy prime minister said Milosevic was handed over to The Hague tribunal to show that "Serbs are a genocide nation and that Serbia is a state that committed genocide". He assessed that "October 5th is the greatest evil in the history of Serbia".
Slobodan Milosevic's grandson, Marko Milosevic, who is third on the Socialist list, also spoke at the rally and said Dacic is a man who saved the SPS from death and gave it life and strength, adding that he believes he will treat the country this way as prime minister.
"Thank you for keeping the memory of my grandfather Slobodan Milosevic and for not forgetting it," Marko Milosevic said.
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