PES: It is interesting that the law by which URA threatens criminals was supported by DPS, which is accused of ties to clans

"It is very interesting that the URA, which uses every situation to profit politically through the merits of prosecutorial authorities, had no reaction during the arrest of Jelena Perović", according to the PES announcement.

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The Europe Now Movement (PES) reacted to the accusations of the Citizens' Movement URA that "Spajić's majority" by refusing to include the proposal for the Law on Confiscation of Illegally Acquired Assets on the agenda was protecting organized crime and corruption, pointing out that it is interesting that the law that proposes URA, which does not have a positive opinion of the European Commission, supports DPS.

"It is interesting that the law with which the URA threatens criminals was just supported by the DPS, which the same URA accuses of ties to criminal clans. These two parties voted for the alleged "anti-mafia" law to be part of the agenda, even though this law does not even have a positive opinion from the European commissions.

It is very interesting that the URA, which uses every situation to profit politically through the merits of prosecutorial authorities, had no reaction during the arrest of Jelena Perović," states the statement of the Movement Europe now.

From this party, they said that prosecutorial bodies that do their work independently have the support of all democratic actors to continue their work in that direction, not bypassing, as they say, malfeasance in which individuals from Abazović's government also participated.

"The renewed cooperation between URA and DPS in the Assembly is nothing new, if we keep in mind that Bemaks once celebrated that cooperation with fireworks," concludes the PES announcement.

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