While Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic enjoys great popularity, many of those who do not support him also do not respect the opposition either.
"The democratic opposition is only democratic on paper. They don't value democracy in their ranks, or when they are in power," one disaffected voter, Jelena Babic, told BIRN.
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Serbian bookmakers rate Ivica Dacic, leader of the junior partner in the ruling coalition, as the most likely man to replace the current Prime Minister and soon-to-be President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, who won the presidential elections on April 2.
Dacic is the bookies' favourite by a wide advantage compared to the second-ranking Minister of Finance, Dusan Vujovic.