PM insists early elections "not priority"

Serbian Prime Minister and Socialist Party (SPS) leader Ivica Dačić has reiterated that he does not see early elections as a priority.

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  1. The only priority{S} this 'clown" Dacic has,is to keep kissing German, Croatian, Albainian, EU and ThacIS ASS!
    (Pete K., 4 January 2014 15:43)

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  2. The current government was formed as a compromise, the electoral results of the last election, much has been achieved, but that the process of reform and integration into the EU accelerated, it is necessary to make decisions more quickly, and to not allow compromise of implementing solutions for obstruction some parties in the ruling coalition. The new government formed after the early election would have a much stronger position and more power to enter into the process of reform.
    (MAKSIM, 4 January 2014 00:01)

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