BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia's pro-Western Democratic Party and the Socialists of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic agreed on Wednesday to revive their governing coalition after inconclusive elections, locking out the opposition right.
In a statement, the second-placed Democratic Party (DS) said the Socialists, who came third in Sunday's poll, would support DS leader Boris Tadic for a new term as Serbian president in a May 20 run-off election against opposition Serbian Progressive leader Tomislav Nikolic.
(Writing by Matt Robinson)
GM Fires Concealed Carrying Valet Who Saved Autoworker Under Attack
Rush Limbaugh: Ted Cruz is the closest we’ve gotten to Ronald Reagan in our lifetimes
'Nailed it': Actor Donnie Wahlberg suggests media are 'very afraid' of Rubio
Ann Coulter - New Jersey Man Slays Child
New Jersey Man Slays Child | Human Events
Mike Shedlock - Inflation Expectations Plunge: What, Me Worry?
And Then There Were Some: The Race After New Hampshire | RedState