Although both the new PM, Ana Brnabić, and the leader of the SNS, Aleksandar Vučić, announced that the new government would have been formed by the end of September, a new deadline was announced today.
Although Brnabić stated on August 28 that she believed that the new government would have been formed by September, the question now is whether she will succeed in putting the government together by the end of September considering that she will present her proposal for the new government members by September 25, at least that is what Miloš Vučević, the vice president of SNS, said.
Vučević, who is expected to be appointed a cabinet minister, told TV Prva that the atmosphere among the new ministers is much more important than the composition.
“It is more important whether the new Government will lead Serbia through the ‘labyrinth’ that awaits us,” said Vučević.
He added that he believes that “synchronization among ministers” has been lacking until now. Vučević repeated that he expects national minority parties to be more involved in the government.
As reported by RTS, when asked if there are speculations that he will become the minister of justice or interior affairs, Vučević says that these speculations “are not on the right track”.
When it comes to the SNS conference, Vučević says that it will be held by the end of the year, and when asked if he will replace Aleksandar Vučić at the head of the SNS, he said that he does not see himself as Vučić’s replacement.
“I see myself as a member of the team. I will ask that Vučić remains at the head of the party, that is his moral obligation,” concluded Vučević.
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