Tadić: We can finish accession talks in five years

Democratic Party (DS) presidential candidate Boris Tadić said on Saturday that Serbia could complete the EU accession talks in five years.

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  1. We know that fours years ago, Serbia signed the SAA Agreement with the European Union on 29 April 2008, and the SAA Agreement has not come in force yet, because it has not been passed by the European Union.

    This SAA Agreement during the last Serbian Election, and it was signed 13 days before the last Election, and it was to help Tadic and the DS win the Election, in order to give away Kosovo.

    Tadic said that Serbia could complete the European Union accession talks in five years, and he is saying this with only a few left before the Elections, and it is because he wants to give away Kosovo.

    Tadic knows that if he wins the Presidential Election, then he can not steal any more time than five years as President.

    Even if Serbia were to complete those talks European Union accession talks in five years, and that does not make to a European Union Member, and Serbia will have to wait for who knows how long after that to become a European Union Member.

    Tadic and the DS have a very dismal Record on handling the Economy, and if a Majority of Serbian People thinks that the German Dominated European Union is a Benevolent Society, then Serbia is headed for its self imposed Poverty, because of having too many gullible Voters on Election Day.

    Tadic and Company lack all credibility, because they think that doing any humanitarian work must rely on confiscated assets of People who are alleged to have committed a crime; whereas, People Must be Presumed Innocent unless found otherwise in a Fair and Proper Court of Law, and tax money should be used for Humanitarian Work, and properly managing the Economy, and creating Full Employment is Humanitarian Work.
    (Yet Another J S, 29 April 2012 10:44)

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