"No one from the street will dictate how the government will behave, we always want to talk about all topics, but never will the street dictate how the government behaves," Stefanovic told reporters in the Palace of Serbia on Monday, commenting on protests by drivers unhappy with the price of fuel in Serbia.
The date is mentioned in the amended proposal of cooperation Djilas has sent to coalition partners Vuk Jeremic and Sasa Jankovic, which the newspaper said it had seen.
The proposal has also been sent to the Left of Serbia, led by Borko Stefanovic. and the Sloga trade union led by Zeljko Veselinovic.
There is still time to be a candidate of a single ticket backed by the opposition, Djilas told the weekly NIN, as cited by Beta.
Sasa Jankovic, Serbia's former ombudsman, now leader of the Movement of Free Citizens (PSG), said this in an exclusive interview for the weekly Nedeljnik.
According to him, "every newspaper article, interview or tweet about it" draws attention from "the effects on the society produced by the authorities of Aleksandar Vucic and those who participate in them."