1. Looks like Dacic is trying to be the new Aleksandar Rankovic in wiretapping officials like Rankovic did to Tito. It's sad when people in a coalition can't even trust each other. F'in politics: furthering the downgrading of Serbia.
    (Slavko, 3 November 2012 04:12)

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  2. I love Dacic in this picture. He looks like such a sweet and down to earth guy.
    (cry me a river, 3 November 2012 04:00)

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  3. Austrian newspapers are writing about the "Serb Watergate". But to be hones the "knowledge" who is responsible (" the mafia") came to fast. It looks so that the coup was prepared either by Dacic or/and his foreign freinds from US/EU. The main question ist: who could have an interest in this matter? The serb "mafia" is sitting inside the offices and doesnt need this, and so the forein "friends" have also all information. The background could be different, that it was only a lay from Dacic to open the hunting on persons who are for EU/US not on their payroll. The name Miskovic is mentioned in Austrian media here. Snce several month the EU is demanding to start again the process of "privatization". Its known that there is nothing more to find in Serbia for EU-companies, so they demand to get the property which was "privateized" by Serbs. This could be behind the coup. Dacic could also open hunting on such persons which are looking illoyal to the EU/NATO-love affair of the current government. But with "mafia" has this nothing to do. Dacic is talking next week again with a leading "mafioso"-Mr. Thaci, and he will have also all secrte information from belgrade directely.
    (Hugh, 3 November 2012 00:07)

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  4. Lenard It was not Serbia launching the wars of the 90s it was a civil war of Yugoslavia get it right for once.
    (Lenard, 2 November 2012 17:55)

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  5. Of course Dacic knows everything "in its department"....Communists....are born devils...
    (EA, 2 November 2012 17:47)

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  6. Lots of distrust because most of them are red handed from the criminal wars Serbia launched 1990's. Involved Serb President Tomislav and Prime minister Ivica that is Serbia. At that time Croatia bugged the Serb war criminals lots of evidence. That is why Croatia is taking Serbia to world international court. Serbia owns Croatia billions of Euros and for theft of company's. when will Serbia learn crime dose not pay
    (Lenard, 2 November 2012 16:32)

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  7. Why do you need that man in your government? He don’t deserve it. He doesn’t look like a decent man and serious politician. He is an old time politician with old methods of ruling.
    (Silvio, 2 November 2012 14:16)

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  8. I knew it... Dacic is a western agent.
    (Radovan, 2 November 2012 14:15)

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  9. Our government is completely broken. We need to get rid of this current administration and elect a different one, a pro-Serbian administration. Ivica is not our guy, he has contradicted himself too many times already. Lying to our people, giving our KIM to Thaci. He is not worth it.
    (Serbian, 2 November 2012 14:09)

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  10. Nevermind who the police taps into they (should) need a court order for phone tapping or any other infringement on privacy. It's a disgrace that Serbia in the 21st century still uses Stasi/KGB style practises.
    PS. The word is out that the reason why the police tapped the president's and prime minister's phones is that the police suspects them for secretly organizing the next gay parade.
    (T, 2 November 2012 13:32)

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  11. Either Dacic is responsible or he has not the MUP in his hands...in both cases he has to reseign, in normal countries: he is political responsible
    (Ron, 2 November 2012 13:11)

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  12. It is very simple, Mr. Vucic should be a prime-minister instead of small Milosevich. He will never change, always the same principles in politic, the same methods. I am sick of Dacich and his SPS.
    (Patrick, 2 November 2012 12:15)

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  13. “This certainly has nothing to do with me as an interior minister. It has to do with the police because there is no clear supervision and control system for operations,” he said on Friday.

    So he's been IM for more than 4 years now and the fact that there is no control within the police is nothing to do with him? He should be fired for incompetence, if nothing else.
    (bvc, 2 November 2012 11:36)

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  14. It's time to get to the bottom of this. Completely unacceptable!
    (Zoran, 2 November 2012 11:18)

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  15. Still carrying out the Milosevich styles! These Serbs will always be up to no good! There must be a lot of distrust within the Serbian government?
    (Rocky, 2 November 2012 11:07)

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