I regret the fact that I entered the politics: Rasim Ljajic said he hoped he would soon leave the government of Serbia | Telegraph



I know that my long participation in the government of Serbia is the only complaint on my account – said Rasim Ljajic

Government of Serbia, meetings, three-day sadness Rasim Ljajic

Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia Rasim Ljajic said in an interview for a new weekly issue that he was tired of taking part in power, hoping he would not be in the government for a long time.

He, commenting on allegations of his long government involvement, said he knew it was a major complaint on his behalf.

And it's worth it. If you are in this area – or you will be on the pitch and decide something or watch a match from the stands. Believe me, I know I can not convince anyone but I want to be alone in the stands and not spend everything – said Ljajic.

He added, however, that he would appreciate the criticism of whether he was doing something good or bad for his country, but whether it is too long, according to the parts of the interview devoted to Tanjug.

I know that my long participation in the Serbian government is my only complaint, Rasim Ljajić-Photo: Tanjug / Sava Radovanović

If it's my only complaint – then I'm on horseback. I absolutely do not say that this comment does not agree, but on several occasions I tried to be part of the government – said Ljajic.

He says he does not want to join the government in 2012, but even though Aleksandar Vucic became prime minister.

I went to Vucic and told him that I would like him not to be part of his government, but to suggest someone on his part. He said some more serious tasks need to be completed and that, given what we expect, they need strong names in government. And if it was true, I know people will hardly believe it – said Ljajic.

And am I tired of being in power? I'm totally tired, but I hope I will not be in the government for a long time and will remove it from the agenda – he added.

He asked why he liked most of all in his political career, said the Deputy Prime Minister: "What did I get into politics."

(Telegraf.rs/Tanjug)

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