Mihajlovic: Still no Agreement on Sectors, Ministers

BELGRADE - Zorana Mihajlovic, the Vice President of the SNS, stated today that no agreement has been reached either on sectors or on future ministers.

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Zorana Mihajlovic, vice president of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), stated on Friday that no agreement has been reached either on sectors or on future ministers, adding that next week the talks on the reshuffle at all levels will be intensified.

She said at a press conference in the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) headquarters that the solutions for the reshuffled government can be expected next week after intensifying the talks within the party and with coalitional partners.

“There are still no agreements on the sectors or concrete names,” Mihajlovic said.

In seven-eight days, the SNS Presidency will hold a session and announce concrete proposals.

“Everything will be known on August 26 or 27 when the proposals reach the parliament,” she said.

Commenting on the statement by Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Deputy President Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic that this is Dacic's government, Mihajlovic said that this is not Dacic's government, but rather the government of the Republic of Serbia.

On the occasion of the invitation to Lazar Krstic to head the Department of Finance, Mihajlovic said that the SNS is proud of the fact that he is ready to assume position in the government and work on Serbia's progress, adding that his arrival is a signal to all our young, educated people in the world that Serbia counts on their knowledge.

By proposing Krstic as minister in the Serbian government, the SNS has confirmed its key criterion that officials will be chosen for their expertise, and not for their party membership.