The head of the Together for Serbia party Nebojsa Zelenovic said on Thursday that it was now clear to both Europe and the world that "the country is not free and that the real opposition stand by the people who call on not only for election boycott but for the boycott of all this madness made by the authorities," the Beta news agency reported.

Zelenovic, one of the founding members of the Alliance for Serbia (SzS) opposition group, said it was united in trying to create a decent country in which a regime would change in fair elections.

Looking back at 2019, Zelenovic said it was marked by free-thinking people in the streets, and the Agreement with People signed by the whole opposition "obliging itself not to take part in (Serbia's President Aleksandar) Vucic's farse and to fight and eventually win in the struggle for fair election conditions."

"We succeeded in changing the atmosphere in the society; we created conditions for the Belgrade University to deny the fake doctorate to (Finance Minister) Sinisa Mali, for the whistleblower Aleksandar Obradovic to reveal the regime's theft at (the ammunition factory) Krusik… all of which was unimaginable only a year ago," Zelenovic said.

He warned that the regime was pushing "Serbia into the deep crisis which may escalate if the authorities don't give up on unfree elections whose boycott will deprive Vucic of legitimacy."

"I reiterate that the boycott is not an aim as such, but a mean to make a free and fair choice possible," Zelenovic said, adding "this regime, as every totalitarian one, will collapse under the rush of will for freedom by a vast majority of Serbia's people." 

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