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Serbia’s Boris Tadic Nominates Himself As PM

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The former head of Serbia, Boris Tadic, who lost the presidential election to opposition candidate Tomislav Nikolic, on Sunday nominated himself as the Democratic Party’s candidate for the post of prime minister.

The corresponding information was distributed by local media.

The second round of presidential elections in Serbia was held on May 20, with leader of the opposition Serbian Progressive Party Tomislav Nikolic securing victory. The winner and the loser – former president, Boris Tadic – were divided by 70,000 votes. Now the Serbian politicians are to form a coalition government.

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