Obradovic: West trusts Brnabic more than Vucic
The selection of Ana Brnabic as PM-designate has caused varied reactions from the opposition, as well as the ruling coalition.
Opposition leaders have reached for various terminology in a bid to "explain the situation."
A non-partisan figure at the helm of Serbia's government is the choice of Aleksandar Vucic, who recently stepped down as prime minister in order to take over as the country's president.
In modern-day Serbia, a similar scenario was seen when then President Boris Tadic chose Mirko Cvetkovic - "a civilian" - i.e., a person with no party affiliation.
The first opposition leader to react to Vucic's announcement on Thursday was Dveri's Bosko Obradovic, who took to Twitter to say that the West trusts Brnabic more than Vucic.
"That' why the president must make the proposal the West has ordered him to make. It seems he didn't have much of a say...