Serbia’s PM rejects a possibility of international investigation into December 17 elections

NEWS 25.02.202413:42 0 komentara
TANJUG/ VLADIMIR ŠPORČIĆ/ nr

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said that Belgrade will most likely see new and not repeated elections, adding that “not a single vote was stolen” and that she will never accept an international investigation of the December 17 elections. Pročitaj više

Brnabic told TV Prva that the elections were held and were legitimate, stressing that especially in Belgrade, there was a strong control of the voting process.

„Obviously a majority cannot be made, mathematically it is possible, we have a majority, but (Serbian President) Aleksandar Vucic has set a nice standard – mathematics is not politics,” said the Prime Minister, noting that new elections are the most realistic option in Belgrade.

Asked about the fact that consultations about the Government are starting in Belgrade, while the opposition is asking foreigners in Brussels to investigate the elections of December 17, Brnabic said that the European Parliament is no longer enough for the opposition, they are now going to the European Commission to “figure out what the investigation should look like.”

“I will never allow an international investigation, because this calls for the abolition of the country’s sovereignty,” she stressed.

According to her, the Personal Data Protection Act, which was adopted by the parliament, would be suspended in that investigation.

“This means the suspension of parliament, institutions, democracy, and this ultimately leads to foreigners bringing them to power,” according to Brnabic.

Commenting on the statement of the American envoy Gabriel Escobar, Brnabic said that she agreed with his words about the ODIHR report that it was thorough, that is, that there were no irregularities in 93 percent of the places.

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