President of the opposition party Together for Serbia (ZzS), a member of the Alliance for Serbia (SzS) and the United Democratic Party (UDS) Nebojsa Zelenovic stated on Saturday that at least four of the ministers of the current Serbian Government had suspicious undergraduate degrees, and called on the minister of education to check the validity of their diplomas.

“The undergraduate studies degrees of Minister of Interior Nebojsa Stefanovic, Minister of Defense Aleksandar Vulin, Minister of Labor Zoran Djordjevic and Minister of Energy Aleksandar Antic have to be thoroughly checked. The public has to finally learn when they enrolled university, how long they studied, what exams they took, and which professors signed their grade and diplomas.“, Zelenovic said.

“None of them have fellow students, attended labs and lectures, so they could hardly pass exams, let alone legally graduate. Stefanovic himself said that he studied a non-existent faculty at the Sava congress center, Vulin lived in Novi Sad so it is interesting that he gradated from the faculty of law in Kragujevac where he never lived, Djordjevic is a former chauffer and no one knows where and what degree he obtained, and everyone who knows Aleksandar Antic say that he never studied anywhere.“

“I call on the mentioned minister to show photos from the amphitheatres or from the official graduation ceremony – whoever studied keeps that as a dear and cherished memento.“

“Determining the plagiarized doctoral thesis of Sinisa Mali is just the tip of the iceberg. All of Serbia knows that hundreds of state officials have false diplomas from private faculties and it is time to clear up that issue. The future the Law on the Anticorruption Agency must include the obligation of all office holders to submit detailed information on their education,” Zelenovic concluded.

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