“The question of changing the Constitution is awaiting Serbia, not tomorrow, but certainly during this mandate,” said Istvan Pasztor in B92 TV interview.
According to him, it will also be an opportunity for “a different position of Vojvodina.”
The leader of the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians – SVM (Vajdasági Magyar Szövetség) spoke for B92 TV on Tuesday to say his party will sign a coalition agreement with the Progressives (SNS) tomorrow, and that it was “logical that all those who will form the majority will put their signature on the paper.”
The SVM did not seek ministerial positions in the new government. Pasztor explained that the party as an organization of regional importance did not want to change the focus of its policy, and that it was “out of the question” that the decision was made out of desire to avoid responsibility.
B92 TV said, Pasztor reiterated that the Vajdasági Magyar Szövetség was interested in having state secretaries in departments dealing with infrastructure, health, social affairs, agriculture and industry.
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