1. Serbia has taken important steps towards the EU, with the opening of negotiations. Now that the negotiations started, the new government must expedite the process of reforms and harmonization of legislation with that of the EU, with particular attention to parts such as agriculture, protection for as long as would be premature adjustments and this work was detrimental to Serbian agriculture, which can not have strong enough support from the government through subsidy, as is the case in the EU.
    (Višnja, 31 January 2014 06:13)

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  2. Please not !
    Manipulator of democracy waiting for opinion polls to provoke anticipated elections cause of a personal ambition. This guy vice prime minister so responsible of past two years is very dangerous as manipulating people as witness past speeches talking that je knows as he will end ! He tries to convince people he is Eliot ness and he is just only a growing dictator..... run
    (Lol, 30 January 2014 22:37)

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  3. "The president noted that during the negotiations to form the cabinet in 2012 he suggested something he "did not think he would ever suggest" - for the smaller coalition partner, i.e., Ivica Dačić's Socialists (SPS), to have the post of prime minister."

    And somebody starts to realize that this was an absurd idea which made not much sense. Now new elections are scheduled, and the 'deputy prime minister' (who was pulling the strings in the background) will become the prime minister. I'm curious about the results, I expect the SNS to increase their votes, the SPS shrinking, and now that the DS are splitting up, I expect a democratic alliance with a common list.

    The Radicals, the DSS and other extremists will further be marginalized.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 30 January 2014 17:28)

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  4. EU is a dead end !.

    Arn.Sweden.
    (Arn.Sweden., 30 January 2014 14:52)

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  5. What the heck took you so long to wake up?
    (Pete K., 30 January 2014 13:30)

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