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Predrag Mihajlović, CEO of OTP Bank Serbia

OTP Group’s Record Results In Serbia

The integration of OTP banka Srbija and Vojvođanska banka, as a strategic move of the OTP Group, has the aim of forming a leading...

Bojana Kuzmanović, Sales & Marketing Director, Gorski Hotel & Spa

Mountain Gem

Hotel Gorski, located close to the ski slopes in the tourist centre of Kopaonik Mountain, sets new standards for mountain tourism. It has luxury...

Dejan Stojić, President of AMSS

Proud Of The First Century

AMSS is a national and independent association of citizens and drivers with more than 100,000 members and users of membership advantages, which has spent...

Dejan Aleksov, Director at BENU Pharmacies

We Know What You Need

BENU is part of German company Phoenix, which has in its composition more than 2,400 pharmacies in 14 European countries. BENU has managed to...

Vladimir Vasojević, Belchim Crop protection SRB

Food Quality & Safety Without Compromise

Belchim is a European company that has a knowledge base from the most agriculturally developed countries in Europe, such as Belgium, the Netherlands, France,...

Duško Radosavljević Ph.D., political scientist

No One Can Believe They Represent All Citizens

After such election results, certain negotiations must take place, between the ruling political parties, opposition parties, representatives of civil society and experts, with the aim of forming a kind of consensus on the future of the state and society.

The results of the elections held at the national level, the provincial level in Vojvodina and the local level, correspond with the predictions and expectations of serious researchers and those familiar with the political situation in the country. The brutal campaign of the regime parties, the boycott of the more serious section of the opposition, as well as the ritual political suicides of political parties, most of them not embedded in the electorate, who were fishing on the reduced electoral threshold and being let off by media with national coverage, proved unable to achieve a different outcome.

In no way should the winner of the elections consider that he has received the full and legitimate right to decide the fate of all citizens, without listening to those who didn’t vote.

In our opinion, two conclusions follow from this: in no way should the winner of the elections feel too proud and consider that he has received the full and legitimate right to decide the fate of all citizens, without also listening to those who did not go to the polls, because that would be a big mistake. On the other hand, the representatives of the boycott opposition also shouldn’t think that all those citizens who chose not to go to the polls are their voters and that they represent them. This means that some kind of negotiation must follow, between the ruling political parties, opposition parties, civil society representatives and experts, perhaps even a round table, aimed at building a kind of consensus on the future of the state and society. Displaying muscles on the one hand, or stubborn rejection on the other hand, do not lead to the resolving of the huge crisis that has been shaking Serbian society for a long period.

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Branka Drašković Ph.D., FEFA Faculty

We Expect Responsibility And Compassion From Leaders

During serious crises, all eyes are directed towards leaders and they are expected to provide guidelines, to express what everyone feels, to articulate further...

Gojko Božović, writer and publisher

Change To The Social Contract

Governments worldwide have used the fear of the virus to legitimise fear as a social and political resource. It can hence be said that...

Ivan Medenica, Artistic Director and Selector of Bitef

It Is Important To Conserve Energy

The state is obliged not to bury its head in the sand, but rather to simultaneously develop several scenarios for the time to come,...

Vesna Brzev-Ćurčić, psychoanalyst

Confronting The Unknown

We previously had an enemy that was external and was the cause of our suffering, and we had someone to be angry with. At...

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