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Serbian presidential elections to be held on April 2

Maja Gojković; Photo: Tanjug/Dimitrije Goll

TANJUG_maliBELGRADE – Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic on Thursday called the Serbian presidential elections for April 2, Tanjug reports.
She urged the citizens to vote and decide the next president of Serbia, and to evaluate the candidates’ presidential programmes, which she said were extremely significant for Serbia’s future and stability.

“I wish them that they select the best candidate, who will cooperate with the Government of Serbia in a serious and responsible manner and who will, together with it, fight to maintain the country’s political and economic stability achieved to date, as well as for freedom, independence and sovereignty,” Gojkovic said.

EWB adds that two opposition candidates held a press conference at the National Assembly Thursday. They told Prime Minister Vučić to resign if he wants to take part in the presidential race and urged him to unblock the Parliament in order to have fair elections.

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