The leader of the Dosta je Bilo (DJB) movement and member of the Serbian parliament, Sasa Radulovic, said that the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) is collecting signatures for the upcoming elections for all political parties except his own.
Radulović, who was a guest at the political show Utisak Nedelje, said that the Free Citizens’ Movement (FSP) has collected the majority of signatures, more than 5,000, in the municipality of Novi Beograd, where it will not participate in the polls, and more than 1,000 signatures in Čukarica and Novi Sad where also it will not take part in the elections.
The party he headed also had several offers “for others to collect signatures of support on their behalf, and added that he would publicly publish a full report on what had happened in the coming days.
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The leader of the Free Citizens’ Movement, Sergej Trifunović, denied the accusations that the ruling party is collecting signatures of support from its voters for its campaign, calling them “blatant lies”.
Trifunovic had previously posted on Twitter a correspondence from an anonymous source stating that a member of the electoral commission from DJB had asked voters who support the Free Citizens’ Movement to comment on the matter.
Talking about the decision to participate in the upcoming election, although he had previously argued that the elections should be boycotted, Radulovic said that DJB decided to participate in the elections because “boycott is a means, not an end” and that the goal was to delegitimise the electoral process.
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