Sunday, May 8, 2016

There are 4 reasons countries dissolve their parliaments. Here’s why Serbia did.

Tekst objavljen u Washington Postu - link

Serbians are headed to the polls, again. On Sunday, Serbian citizens will be voting for the tenth time since the reestablishment of a multi-party system in 1990. Only two elections (in 1997 and 2012) actually took place at the end of the normal four-year legislative cycle.
In March, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić dissolved parliament, calling for early elections after the government said it needed “stability and a strong mandate” to pursue the difficult economic reforms needed to join the European Union.