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Oct 23, 2020 11:39 EEST
October 23 (SeeNews) - Serbia's new parliament elected Ivica Dacic, foreign minister in the current government and leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), as speaker, it said.
The proposal for the election of Dacic, along with six deputy speakers, was voted on during a parliamentary session held on October 22, a document posted on the website of the Serbian parliament on Thursday showed.
Earlier this week, Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic said the ruling populist conservative Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), which the general election held on June 21, has agreed to establish a coalition government with the runner-up SPS and the Serbian Patriotic Alliance (SPAS).
The new government will be in power for less than two years, or about half of its regular four-year term, and the next general election will be held on April 3, 2022, at the latest, along with the presidential elections, Vucic, who is also SNS leader, said.
Earlier this month, Vucic nominated incumbent head of government Ana Brnabic as prime minister-designate, following consultations with political parties represented in the new parliament.
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