Nikolić: We are not surprised by the banal, streetwise response of PES, which is funny and ingenious, probably only to Čarapić

"It is obvious that the debts of PES to the 'Serbian world' and the founder of this party, Igor Dodik, are so great that even elementary dignity no longer resides in the ranks of this political movement," said the DPS spokesperson.

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Nikolić, Photo: DPS
Nikolić, Photo: DPS
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By rejecting the initiative for the dismissal of Andrija Mandić, which was sent to the Parliament of Montenegro by the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), the Europe Now Movement (PES) once again confirmed that it is only an insignificant instrument in the hands of the New Serbian Democracy (NSD), and that Mandić is the real boss of the parliamentary majority, Miloš Nikolić, DPS spokesman, announced this evening.

"Therefore, PES's position on this matter is not a surprise to us, nor is the banal, streetwise answer that is funny and ingenious probably only to its author, Vasilij Čarapić. To everyone else, it is just proof that they are for the head of the PES parliamentary group, Andrija Mandić and Milorad Dodik are role models and the political authorities they serve. It is obvious that the debts of PES to the 'Serbian world' and the founder of this party, Igor Dodik, are so great that even elementary dignity no longer resides in the ranks of this political movement. According to a similar matrix, behaved as well as Belgrade key players like Zdravko Krivokapić and Dritan Abazović, who today are only well-served and insignificant political marginals. It is quite certain that such a fate is destined for Poket Evropa now," said Nikolić in a statement.

The head of the DPS parliamentary club, Andrija Nikolić, said at a press conference earlier today that they submitted the initiative for the dismissal of the President of the Assembly Andrija Mandić to the parliamentary clubs.

The president of the PES club of deputies, Vasilije Čarapić, said in his reply that they do not support the DPS proposal for the dismissal of Mandić.

PES also submitted a photo of the former DPS leader Milo Đukanović with the president of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian entity Republika Srpska (RS) Milorad Dodik.

Milorad Dodik, Milo Đukanović
photo: PES

The DPS presidency decided at last night's session that the party should launch an initiative to dismiss Mandić.

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