Čanak cuts interview short, throws reporter out

Nenad Čanak, LSV, cut short an interview with a journalist from Novi Sad daily Dnevnik and threw her out of his apartment.

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  1. Maybe I'm missing something, but this seems a perfectly reasonable question that any politician in a Western democracy would be expected to answer (however evasively). Mr Canak's European credentials a maybe a little overstated.
    (Dave, 30 April 2008 10:54)
  2. If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.
    (SERBusa, 30 April 2008 01:52)
  3. this man is not needed in Serbia´s political society. there are certainly others, who do not attack journalist at work.

    he´ll be replaced soon after may 11th I guess.
    (Jovan, 29 April 2008 23:09)
  4. The reporter asked a very valid question, about whether Kosovo is Serbia in Canak's world. Instead of answering truthfully, which is that he would give it to the organ traffickers like Thaci on a silver platter, he avoids the question and throws out the reporter. Nice. Classy.
    The fact that Tadic made a coalition with this sellout loser speaks volumes.
    (Dragan, 29 April 2008 19:47)
  5. Canak is the one that needs to be thrown out!

    You can't answer tough questions? Whats the problem Canak? He obviously can not control himself and needs to stripped of any power. What a loser! Jumping on and smashing a tape! What a monkey!
    (Gojko, 29 April 2008 19:16)
  6. I LOL'ed.
    (Jan Andersen, DK, 29 April 2008 18:11)
  7. The frustrations of a failing coalition! What more can one expect?
    (ZK UK, 29 April 2008 15:53)
  8. With he has revealed his true nature.
    (john andersson, 29 April 2008 15:13)
  9. I don't follow the 'in's & out's of serbian politics that closely so correct me if I'm wrong.. but Canak's reaction seems a tad extreme to this little black duck.
    (peter, sydney, 29 April 2008 15:11)

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