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Nebojsa Zelenovic, one of the leaders of the opposition Alliance for Serbia (SzS), sent an open letter to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, asking how urbanism and other projects being implemented by the authorities in Belgrade and other places cost much more than is realistic.

Zelenovic, leader of the Together for Serbia party and Mayor of Sabac (one of a handful of municipalities not ruled by Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party - SNS) has been sending open letters to the president periodically for several months. In his latest letter, Zelenovic asked Vucic what “he and deputy Belgrade Mayor Goran Vesic are doing with public money in Belgrade and how everything is much more expensive than it really is only on their projects”.

“The reconstruction of the central square in Sabac cost 500,000 Euro. The reconstruction of Republic Square in Belgrade cost 10 million Euro. The square in Sabac was reconstructed in 75 days. The square in Belgrade was reconstructed in 375 days. We had no complaints about the square in Sabac. In Belgrade following the reconstruction of the square, two road lanes are missing in the heart of the city,” Zelenovic wrote.

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President of the party Together for Serbia (ZZS) and one of the leaders of the opposition Alliance for Serbia (SzS) Nebojsa Zelenovic said Tuesday that the idea of unification of ZZS, SDS and DS in the United Democratic party was essential for the political and democratic future of Serbia.

“It is not our idea to unite five, seven, ten of us, this should be the matter of uniting citizens and their energy. The point is not that [DS President Zoran] Lutovac, [SDS President Boris] Tadic and I wish for something, but that tens of thousands people want it. “Therefore I have made a plan to do it. We need to build a party that does not depend on either the budget or tycoons. “After all, you cannot make a serious state unless you are able to organize a serious party”, Zelenovic said.

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The joint session of the Main Board of the United Democratic Party, which was attended by the leaders of all three parties that comprise it: DS President Zoran Lutovac, President of the Social Democratic Party (SDS) Boris Tadic, and President of Together for Serbia (ZZS) Nebojsa Zelenovic, the decision was passed that it too would not take part in the upcoming elections.

“Since the boycott is not the objective of our policy, this decision does not mean giving up the fight for the democratic transformation of the state and free and fair elections. Precisely the opposite – the decision to boycott the elections under these conditions means an even stronger struggle for changing the electoral conditions, which we will not give up on,” said the statement of the United DS.

“This struggle will continue, as stated, not only domestically, but also through cooperation with the European Parliament, the European Commission and other international institutions and representatives. “Aware of the role and significance of our organization, with the knowledge and unity that we have, and the respect of our own tradition which obliges us, we will work actively on the democratic and institutional renewal of the country through the struggle for free elections and respecting the values of solidarity, freedom and responsibility,” it was concluded in the statement of the United DS.

The leaders of all the parties of the United DS were members of the original DS, which broke up into smaller parties after losing power in 2012.

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The opposition Together for Serbia (ZZS) party announced on Saturday that it reached a definitive decision not to take part at the upcoming elections next spring.

“Aware of the responsibility for the future of the country, we have done everything we could to reach conditions for free and fair elections. We had a constructive and good-willed approach, but Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic decided to push country in deep crisis by holding false elections”, the announcement stated.

The party believed that Vucic should carry full responsibility for consequences of such decision. “We want change of government at the elections not on the streets and thus we would put all of our efforts in battle for free and fair elections that must be held at least nine months after creation of conditions for such real elections, and this, under pressure of citizens would happen much sooner than Vucic thinks”, the announcement added.

Zelenovic says Vucic is taking Serbia back to the Stone Age: The leader of ZZS and the chairman of the opposition Alliance for Serbia (SzS) Nebojsa Zelenovic emphasized that Parliamentary democracy in Serbia was suspended and that Vucic took the country “back to the stone age”. “Without the opposition there is no legitimate Parliament and any kind of legitimate declaration of citizens’ opinions cannot be possible. By not fulfilling the demand, Vucic is taking the country to an even bigger chaos”, Zelenovic emphasized.

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Representatives of the opposition bloc Alliance for Serbia (SzS) presented, on Tuesday, at the Republic Square in Belgrade, the photographs of the reconstructed Square in Sabac and pointed out that the reconstruction of that square cost 20 times less than the works on the Belgrade central square.

One of the SzS leaders and Mayor of Sabac, Nebojsa Zelenovic, said that the square footage of the city square in Sabac was bigger than that of Republic Square, and that the works on it lasted 75 days, while the Belgrade square was renovated for 375 days. “The most important difference is that the Sabac square cost 20 times less, about 400,000 euros, plus 100,000 euros for the fountain, and for Republic Square almost 10 million euros was set aside”, Zelenovic said. Sabac is only one of a couple of municipalities in Serbia which are not under the administration of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS).

Zelenovic called on Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to explain why, for the difference in the value of the works, the 7 to 10 km of sewage was not constructed in the Belgrade outskirts of Ovca and Borca, or even ten new kindergartens. “Things in Serbia can look different but is important that you work in a fair manner and in accordance with the law, or you work in a pestilential manner, like with the money spent on the Square”, Zelenovic said.

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