SPS official: New govt. won't be formed quickly

Vice-President of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Dušan Bajatović says he believes a deal on forming Serbia's new government won't be reached quickly.

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Tuesday, 22.05.2012.

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Vice-President of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Dusan Bajatovic says he believes a deal on forming Serbia's new government won't be reached quickly. Bajatovic, who heads the SPS in the province of Vojvodina, told the RTV broadcaster on Tuesday that he also "does not expect surprises". SPS official: New govt. won't be formed quickly After the parliamentary elections held on May 6, the Socialists, led by Ivica Dacic, said they would enter talks with the Democrats (DS). But when asked whether he was ruling out a possibility of forming a new government with Tomislav Nikolic's Progressives (SNS), Bajatovic today avoided giving a direct answer: "A lot depends on an agreement with the DS, while the SPS presidency will meet on Tuesday, followed by meetings of the party bodies. It's quite normal for us to consider this new situation and the fact which analysts were not expecting - and neither did we who supported Boris Tadic - the fact that Tomislav Nikolic is Serbia's new president". Bajatovic added that "whoever forms the new authorities will be taking over a huge responsibility". The high ranking SPS official concluded by saying that "things will be a little clearer in the next two to three days". Dusan Bajatovic (Tanjug, file) RTV, 021

SPS official: New govt. won't be formed quickly

After the parliamentary elections held on May 6, the Socialists, led by Ivica Dačić, said they would enter talks with the Democrats (DS).

But when asked whether he was ruling out a possibility of forming a new government with Tomislav Nikolić's Progressives (SNS), Bajatović today avoided giving a direct answer:

"A lot depends on an agreement with the DS, while the SPS presidency will meet on Tuesday, followed by meetings of the party bodies. It's quite normal for us to consider this new situation and the fact which analysts were not expecting - and neither did we who supported Boris Tadić - the fact that Tomislav Nikolić is Serbia's new president".

Bajatović added that "whoever forms the new authorities will be taking over a huge responsibility".

The high ranking SPS official concluded by saying that "things will be a little clearer in the next two to three days".

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