Is the Serbian opposition on the hunt for a new Koštunica; a man with whom many would disagree, but who would have the right character traits to make him be acceptable to voters who don’t vote for the parties currently in power? Which candidate would have the best chance of succeeding in that? Is that even a good route for the opposition to return to power? Our interlocutors, political scientists and public opinion researchers, propose that the opposition employ radically different tactics
Now that the idea of boycotting elections has almost certainly been abandoned, a question arises as to which route, if any, would most quickly lead the opposition to a change of government in Serbia. Alongside the battle for Belgrade, the idea of a joint presidential candidate has also come to the fore. Colloquially dubbed “Koštunica 2.0”, even before the mentioning of any name publicly, this potential candidate has already found himself in the not-so-pleasant shadow of the former trump card of the opposition parties that were gathered in the Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS). Who could emerge from Koštunica’s overcoat?