Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Vulin, Kosovska Mitrovica public figures discuss elections

11/13/2013 6:41:00
PM KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Aleksandar Vulin, Serbian Minister without Portfolio in charge of Kosovo-Metohija, conferred in Kosovska Mitrovica on Wednesday with representatives of the local public, cultural and economic scene on the restaging of the local elections. Vulin told reporters that Kosovska Mitrovica public figures assured him that they would use their authority to ensure the restaged elections in the northern Kosovo city are held in a peaceful, civilised atmosphere and in keeping with the recommendations of the Serbian government. 

 The minister said that he also conferred with representatives of the University, public enterprises and healthcare sector who promised to help the government and Serbia carry out the elections adequately and ensure that people vote in the elections. 

 Rector of Pristina University with the seat in Kosovska Mitrovica Srecko Milacic underscored at the Wednesday meeting that Serbs cannot survive in Kosovo-Metohija without three determinants, that is their government, their university and their healthcare system. 

 This is why we need to help Serbia and cast our ballots for the survival because without Serbia and its assistance, the healthcare system cannot survive, in which case there can be no life in Kosovo-Metohija, Milacic said. Prior to the meeting with representatives of the public, cultural and economic life in Kosovska Mitrovica, Vulin conferred with members of the association of war veterans of Kosovo-Metohija and called on them to vote in the elections and help constitute the community of Serb municipalities. 
 The first round of the local elections was annulled in three polling stations in Kosovska Mitrovica after incidents and interruption of the voting on November 3 and the elections will be restaged on Sunday, while the second round of the elections will take place on December 1. Photo Tanjug, BOKI

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