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Nebojsa Zelenovic, the Mayor of Sabac and leader of the opposition party Together for Serbia (SzS), on Friday asked Dragan Bujosevic, the CEO of the Serbian Broadcasting Corporation (RTS) to organize a television duel with Belgrade Mayor Zoran Radojicic. The television duel would discuss problems that emerged during the reconstruction of Republic Square in Belgrade, said Zelenovic in an open letter.

“We in Sabac also reconstructed the central city square. You didn’t report about that, probably considering it unimportant. I think that it is time for me to submit, on the public service, to the citizens of Serbia a report on how the square in Sabac, which we are proud of for its beauty and its functionality, cost 500,000 euros, and that the mayor of Belgrade explain how Republic Square, which has a smaller area, cost 10 or 12 million euros,” Zelenovic said.

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“The noose around Aleksandar Vucic is tightening. He can no longer deceive even foreigners, that is completely clear. There's no chance of elections being held if they aren't fair. I am certain of that because we are at a dramatically important point when who knows what can happen," Sabac Mayor, leader of the opposition Together for Serbia (ZzS) party and co-chair of the United Democratic Party (UDS) Nebojsa Zelenovic told Vreme weekly.

“Will something happen when someone protests like at Topli Do against the mini hydro-power plant or someone argues over an injustice at a market or if we get to November 4 and see if [Finance Minister] Sinisa Mali plagiarized or not”. "Anything could be the spark that lights the fire. I think that’s clear to everyone."

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The Serbian authorities are “holding as hostages” 230,000 people whom they have employed part-time in government services, said the leader of Together for Serbia Nebojsa Zelenovic on Tuesday.

“How can we have any kind of [free and fair] elections when 230,000 families are living as humiliated and blackmailed subjects to the regime, with an obvious fear for their existence? These people, every six months, expect the verdict of the party commissioners of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) of whether their work contracts will be extended for another six months”, said Zelenovic, who is also Sabac Mayor, during his visit to Kikinda, province of Vojvodina.

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Leaders and activists of parties gathered in the Alliance for Serbia (SzS) opposition bloc on Monday continued their campaign to advocate for a boycott of parliamentary elections next spring, pointing to the complete media monopoly of the governing Serbian Progressive Party (SNS).

The authorities hold the citizens and even public opinion “in a state of hypnosis, because they are denied basic information about the real state of the country, as if we were living in the Middle Ages,” Together for Serbia party leader Nebojsa Zelenovic said during a visit to the village of Dublje, municipality of Bogatic, western part of the country. “Aleksandar Vucic has appeared on the country-wide TV stations 793 times a month, or 26.4 times a day, and in the same period, none of the opposition leaders appeared in these media at all,” according to Zelenovic, who is also the mayor of Sabac.

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The leader of Together for Serbia (ZZS) and a co-leader of United Democratic Party (UDS) Nebojsa Zelenovic said in Valjevo, as a part of the elections boycott campaign, that MEPs and OSCE had an opportunity to realize that there were no elementary conditions for a normal political life in Serbia, let alone for a dialogue that would lead to fair elections.

“The regime, before the eyes of international representatives, unsuccessfully attempted to feign the dialogue with a goal to break the unity of the opposition and coax at least one relevant opposition party to take part in false elections, but in the past two days they have realized that this would not happen."

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