SDSS calls on ethnic Serbs to ask for minority slate in Sunday election

The Independent Democratic Serb party (SDSS) at the election rally in Karlovac on Thursday called on representatives of the Serb ethnic minority to go to the polls on Sunday, ask for a minority "pink" slate and vote for Milo Morvat, Boris Milosevic and Milorad Pupovac.

Addressing the event, which brought together approximately 200 party members and sympathisers, Pupovac said Serbs in Croatia and Croatia itself needed a new beginning and a path to normal life and normal relations.

"We want Croatia which will no longer go backwards, but head forward. We want Serbs to be included in the government again, in Croatian institutions as of this fall, to make up for the last five years, notably the last year," Pupovac said.

Last update: Fri, 09/09/2016 - 09:52

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