Jankovic's PSG won't cooperate with Democrats

The Movement of Free Citizens (PSG) has dropped plans for electoral cooperation with the Democratic Party (DS).

Source: Beta
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Sasa Jankovic (Tanjug, file)
Sasa Jankovic (Tanjug, file)

According to a statement issued on Wednesday, the reason is DS leader Dragan Sutanovac's "public offer to (President) Aleksandar Vucic to cooperate on constitutional changes."

"In a state of hidden dictatorship under balaclavas, this means essential participation in faking democracy and simulating dialogue," the movement, led by former Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic, said.

The DS and Jankovic cooperated closely during the presidential elections in April, when the opposition party endorsed Jankovic, who finished second, and then went on to form the PSG.

Soon, city elections in Belgrade became a topic, when the DS and the PSG announced they would again cooperate closely, Beta is reporting.

In a recent interview for N1, Sutanovac said that a referendum on constitutional changes could be held together with the city elections in Belgrade.

He reiterated that "the best solution is still being sought for Belgrade" and that the opposition should be joining together. Sutanovac also said there were "no tensions or disagreements" with Jankovic.

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