Vucic: No voter roll access to foreigners

NEWS 18.03.202415:14
Tanjug/Vladimir Šporčić

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Monday that he is prepared to exert influence and ask the Serbian Government members to allow the opposition parties to inspect the voter roll, in line with the personal data protection rules.

Vucic told reporters in the town of Indjija he will ask the Government to „allow access to the voter roll to our political rivals, but not to foreigners.“

I inquired, as much as I could, and it was established that only one person from the village of Mala Krsna registered residence in Belgrade, Vucic told an N1 reporter, adding he believes the reporter is far too serious, responsible, capable and educated to allow himself to repeat what the deputy leader of the opposition Party of Freedom and Justice (SSP), Marinika Tepic, recently claimed.

Tepic said Monday that she is sure she isn’t wrong when she says that head of the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) Executive Board Branko Malovic is the main organizer of the “moving” of voters from the town of Kovin and village to Mala Krsna to Belgrade municipalities.

We have to secure full confidence in the electoral process, said Vucic.

He added that he would be willing to accept the request of the NADA coalition to set up an expert group that would inspect the voter roll.