FISCAL consolidation, creation of new jobs, higher salaries and pensions are just a part of the results achieved by the previous government, said Ivica Dacic, leader of the SPS-JS-Greens of Serbia coalition at the convention tonight in Krusevac.
The results, such as new roads, railways, infrastructure, can be seen with the naked eye, he added.
– In the next period, more attention should be paid to each individual, family, what is a socialist principle, to protect people who live from their work – said Dacic.
– We must not allow education or treatment to depend on who has how much money. We will fight for social pensions, equal income between the sexes, social justice, higher subsidies for farmers and a better position for farmers. Ecology is very important, but we cannot allow ecology to turn into closing all factories, but for them to work according to the highest eco-standards.
One of the first proposals if he is elected prime minister, Dacic adds, will be that October 22, Victory Day in the Battle of Kumanovo, be declared a national holiday this October, exactly 110 years since Serbia liberated Kosmet.
– It is very important that people know that we are not threatened by war, that we have the right to think about ourselves and our interests, that the situation is difficult, but that it is important to choose a country that will be independent in its foreign policy. which will lead a responsible and wise policy – said Dacic, adding that this can be achieved if Aleksandar Vucic is president and prime minister from the ranks of the Socialists.
Dragan Markovic-Palma, the leader of the JS, told the supporters to recommend actions to this coalition.
– The difference between the former DOS and the Government, of which the SPS-JS is a part, is that we report a surplus from source revenues and new jobs – Markovic said, adding that the candidate for prime minister of this coalition is a man who influenced 18 countries withdraws its decision on Kim’s independence.
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