Serbian Progressive Party

Vucic without comment on Nikolic's decision to rerun for presidency

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic's announcement that he would run again for presidency elicited numerous reactions on the Serbian political scene on Thursday, but Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, whom the leadership of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) on Tuesday nominated as a presidential candidate, refused to comment on Nikolic's decision.

Human rights activists beaten up at talk given by JNA officer convicted of war crimes

Activists of the Serbian Youth Initiative for Human Rights were beaten up at a panel discussion in Vojvodina, which was organised by the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and which was to have been addressed by convicted war criminal Veselin Sljivancanin, according to a report by the regional N1 broadcaster whose crew was also ejected from the event.

Daul: Deferring SNS accession to EPP not connected to Croatian election

The President of the European People's Party (EPP), Joseph Daul, said in Zagreb on Thursday that the deferment of the admission of the leading Serbian party into EPP is not connected with the election in Croatia and that the decision was in the remit of the relevant EPP  task force.

Plenkovic: HDZ didn't lobby to defer admission of Vucic's party to the EPP

Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) leader Andrej Plenkovic on Tuesday refuted speculation that the HDZ had "lobbied" to have the admission of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), led by Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, to the European Peoples' Party (EPP) deferred due to his party's interests and success at Sunday's parliamentary election.

EPP postpones decision on admission of Serbian Progressive Party

A decision to grant the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) an associate membership of the European People's Party (EPP) has been postponed until November for political reasons, sources in the EPP told Hina on Tuesday.