"Only LDP and SNS have authentic policy"

Opposition LDP party leader Čedomir Jovanović believes that "society in Serbia" is not ready for possible early parliamentary elections.

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  1. I would just like to add, Serbia would be a lot better off, with less corruption, deal making, back scratching, butt kissing, etc., if there was a limit as to how long individuals could be in politics - all parties. It is clear that these political lifers are there to secure their own good life first, and then a little something for the common folks. Please, Ceda, hang it up. Your entire political career has been a zero. What good have you done for Serbia - one thing, since you entered politics?
    (TrljaBabaLan, 8 January 2013 23:34)

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  2. "I think it is very bad that a decision about elections is not being influenced by an awareness of society, but by unsatisfied appetites within the ruling coalitions."

    Nothing to add, except for the fact that there should be awareness that a stable government that survives the whole term makes a state more credible than new elections every year.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 8 January 2013 19:39)

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