1. "instead prefer to spin conspiracy theories that the evil West, the UN, the USA"

    Well the West, USA, and UN sanctions did cause many times more damage to Serbia than these floods in fact. Serbia isn't able to care for itself properly in part because of the fallout and cost of what the U.S. did engineer.
    (ida, 6 June 2014 01:57)

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  2. Vucic spends a lot of time covering his back. Sounds like a man with something to hide.
    (Anonymous, 1 June 2014 06:33)

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  3. Well, this didn't taken long. The guy's been PM for just a few weeks and we already see accusations of media censorship, selective justice, threats against an ombudsman...lovely. Remind me how it is that this former Radical managed to get where he is? How is that two guys who were once close associates of Vojislav Seselj are now President and Prime Minister? That is so bleeped up. Then again, here in the US, the party of George W Bush is predicted not only to hold onto their majority in the House of Representatives, but also to gain a majority in the Senate, this November. Obviously, political insanity isn't unique to Serbia.
    (Nenad, 31 May 2014 03:15)

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  4. The statement added that "instead of reacting to media censorship and the removal of content critical of the work of the Serbian government, the prime minister took part in an RTS program and accused the OSCE of taking part in an international conspiracy to replace him, because Serbia did not impose sanctions against Russia."

    Amazing. There must be something in the Serbian mentality so they never accept responsible for their actions, but instead prefer to spin conspiracy theories that the evil West, the UN, the USA, the little green men from mars, and now even the OSCE are always trying to damage Serbia.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 30 May 2014 14:29)

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