J. Joksimović: Will they present gallows as their policy in Brussels?
February 04 2019 | Belgrade
Minister of European Integration and Serbian Progressive Party International Secretary Jadranka Joksimović has made a comment for Tanjug on the situation from Saturday's protest in Belgrade, where gallows were carried through the streets as a message to political opponents.
This is the real picture of hate and violence policies promoted by the Alliance for Serbia. Since one of the leaders, Vuk Jeremić, has announced intensive international activities, he should show these "Brussels officials", whom he did not name, these gallows and explain both to them and us what they mean exactly - are they announcing violence as a method of political struggle and are they seeking support for it.
At the same time, Jadranka Joksimović has condemned the threats made to the son of President Aleksandar Vučić, Danilo, which have been sent via Facebook.
Such a way of communication cannot be justified by the freedom of opinion and expression, and therefore deserves the most rigorous condemnation.
I believe that the authorities will respond to such incitement of hatred and instigation of violence.
We recall that Alliance for Serbia’s leaders Dragan Đilas and Vuk Jeremić will visit Brussels on Wednesday, where, at the invitation of the ALDE Group, they will take part in the round table dedicated to Serbia’s European integration process, at the European Parliament. The debate will be focused on "the toxic political climate in Serbia, the worrying nationalistic rhetoric in politics and the way of achieving a better political culture".