Executive Director of the Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CESID) Bojan Klacar said it would not be a surprise if extraordinary parliamentary elections in Serbia take place later this year, BETA news agency reported.
He also opined that extraordinary parliamentary elections could be postponed in order to find a way and have extraordinary local elections also organized.
“It seems hardly sustainable to have extraordinary parliamentary elections this year, and the local elections next year. It is in the interest of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) to have these elections merged,” Klacar assessed.
He added it is objectively very difficult to call for extraordinary local elections; however, it is not impossible, BETA news agency reported.