May 28 (Bloomberg) -- Talks between the Serbian Democratic Party and the Socialist Party to cobble together a majority in Parliament won’t be easy and will take compromise, said Boris Tadic, the former president who is trying to be the Balkan cuontry’s next prime minister.
The two sides met today and discussed fiscal and political strategies, including going ahead with Serbia’s European Union aspirations. said Socialist leader Ivica Dacic.
Dacic said the two sides set a goal of having a coalition agreement in a month. while Tadic said he has ruled out any coalition with the Progressive Party, which won the most votes in May 6 general elections.
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