If a Belgrade Pristina agreement is reached, citizens will vote on it in a referendum.
That would be the third referendum on Kosovo and Metohija
Serbian officials say it is too early for a referendum issue and experts say the government can force an aggressive campaign by convincing citizens to support demarcation as a proposal.
Representatives of the former Yugoslavia arrived at the Rambouillet talks with a clear message from the people. A year ago the question was asked:
"Do you accept the participation of foreign representatives in solving problems in Kosovo and Metohija?"
Almost 95% of the respondents said NO, but there was a bomb attack. After 78 days of war with a superior opponent, despite the Serbian NE, KFOR comes to Kosovo and Metohija.
The defense of Kosovo-Metohija was repeated in a referendum in 2006, when the Serbs voted for the new constitution. It was initiated by then prime minister Vojislav Kostunica.
The proposal was supported by almost all political parties, including the then patriarch.
As a result, we now have a preamble and articles of the Constitution that define Kosovo and Metohija as part of Serbia and that can not be changed without a referendum.
What will be the third question that will be asked to the citizens about Kosovo and Metohija?
Dacic says that we are only at the beginning of the beginning, because there is still no solution in everyone's interest.
"Only after all this has to be seen when there is a vote to accept something like that and go to the referendum, but I think we are far from it all", he says.
Opinion polls show that Serbs are referenda as a solution, but that they do not agree that Serbia will recognize Kosovo as a member of the European Union. And for the proposal on demarcation, citizens do not provide sufficient support.
"If the government or those who have done a referendum succeed, is one of those who can succeed that division, very well, with a large and extremely aggressive campaign," says Vladimir Pejic. from the Faktor Plus desk.
"It will not be easy to endure this referendum, but it is much better to hold a fair referendum, to get realistic answers instead of making a referendum with fingerprints, aimed at shifting responsibility from power to citizens "said Bojan Klačar of CESID.
Some analysts fear that a positive answer to such a referendum and the acceptance of & # 39; demarcation & # 39; would be the beginning of the end of Serbia and would lead to collapse and collapse in the near future.
HERE Look at what awaits us if Vucic's insidious policy succeeds.
Source: First / Justice
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