The GOVERNMENT of Serbia will be formed long before the legal deadline in order to be able to face the problems that fall and winter will bring.
As previously announced, the president of the executive committee of the Serbian Progressive Party, Darko Glišić, confirmed yesterday that the consultations are going according to plan and that in seven to 10 days the name of the candidate and the composition of the cabinet will be known:
– I repeat what the vice-president of the party, Ana Brnabić, said, since the day before yesterday, consultations have been going on with partners, first within the party, then with partners from the list, and then from other lists, and we will know very soon.
Glišić did not want to comment on media speculations about personal solutions, as well as details of the party talks from the consultations:
– I have nothing new or epoch-making to tell you. It would be frivolous and irresponsible for me to say anything about it before the party goes public with it.
Goran Vesić, a member of the Presidium of the Progressive Party, said that it is logical and natural for the representative to be from his party, as well as that the SNS will have a comfortable majority in order to make decisions in the interests of the citizens:
– This majority was also seen during the election of the president of the parliament, because 154 deputies voted for Vladimir Orlić, so potential partners should also be sought in that circle.
When the talks are over, the mandate holder will be able to appear before the Presidency and the Main Board of the SNS, to say who will make up the majority, and then with support for personnel solutions, we will appear before the Assembly and deputies who need to elect the government.
SOCIALISTS STAY IN TWO DEPARTMENTS?
It will be ESPECIALLY interesting how the cake of power will be shared with the socialists.
The progressives are already in a coalition with Dačić’s party in Belgrade, so that cooperation will probably be reflected at the republican level as well. In the outgoing line-up, Nemanja’s 11 SPS has two ministerial posts, and most likely they will remain at that level. It is certain that Novica Tončev’s mandate will not be renewed, while Ružić has a chance to stay in the new team. Dacic is already “seen” in the position of Minister of Defense, but so far it is only speculation.
By the way, the plan is for the SNS Presidency session to be held at the beginning or end of next week, after which the Main Committee of the strongest party in Serbia would meet and verify the personnel list. Until now, the current Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and the current Finance Minister Siniša Mali have been mentioned as the most serious candidates for the mandate.
However, the possibility that party leader Vučić will pull out a surprise from his sleeve in the photo-finish should not be completely ruled out either.
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