The Alliance for Serbia, which is the brainchild of the former Belgrade Mayor Dragan Djilas who formed it to assemble all opposition parties together, should become operational on 9th May – the Danas daily reports.
This date is stated in the amended cooperation proposal which Djilas sent to coalition partners Vuk Jeremic and Sasa Jankovic, and to which Danas had insight.
The proposal has also been sent to Borko Stefanovic’s party Serbian Left and the Sloga trade union led by Zeljko Veselinovic.
The new proposal states that the parties will retain their bodies and structures and the right to their own development, but they will act in a synchronized manner and in agreement when it comes to the key policy issues.
The Alliance for Serbia should be launched on 9th May, on the Victory Day. This is also the day when the new Belgrade Assembly should hold its first session at which an MP club will be formed under the eponymous title – writes the Danas daily.
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