President: Serbia can have better government

President Tomislav Nikolić says the country "can have a better government," adding that early parliamentary elections "would benefit the citizens, as well."

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  1. Only someone like Nikolic can look himself in the mirror and shout out that the "other person" SUCKS.

    THIS IS WHAT SERBIA GETS WHEN THEY ELECT GRAVEDIGGERS ...…..

    And Nikolic know less of diplomacy and more about burials...…..
    (azir, 8 January 2014 18:55)

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  2. Notice he is not mentioning anything about early presidential elections, wonder why???
    (just a note, 5 January 2014 23:43)

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  3. Serbia can have better government if people like you would have stayed far away from politics. For crying out loud people like you should have been in the Hague. Nikolic should have been in the Hague together with Seselj.
    (Avni, 4 January 2014 02:12)

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  4. Elections may not be a priority, but it is a fact that contributed to the acceleration of reforms and rapid economic recovery in Serbia.
    (MAKSIM, 3 January 2014 21:36)

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  5. Nice show of irresponsibility, he wants to stop everybody's work and have them work on another election campaign for several months, only to stick it to Dacic. Ignoring the fact that the current people were elected there for 4 years not for 1 and a half. He needs to be careful though, with the progress made on the road to the EU Dacic has most likely gained in popularity and he may emerge even stronger and get some other ministries from the SNS.
    (Reader, 3 January 2014 19:58)

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  6. It's true, the government can function as a unit without anyone who isn't doing well.
    (Jo, 3 January 2014 14:40)

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  7. Serbia can have a better president too... count your days in power Nikolic because this is your one and only term.
    (Xenon, 3 January 2014 14:06)

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