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BELGRADE, April 3. /TASS/. Serbia's new cabinet will be formed within the coming two months, the country's incumbent Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic who won the presidential election on Sunday
"A new government will be set up within two months," he said.
Analysts say filling positions in the new cabinet and appointing a new Prime Minister will be one of the knottiest tasks from the President-Elect. Most observers tend to think the Prime Minister will be a rather technical figure and Vucic will exercise full control over him or her.
Otherwise, he may face a replay of the situation that President Tomislav Nikolic found himself in.
When Vucic took the Prime Minister’s position and became leader of the Serbian Progressive Party (Nikolic refused to accept the leading position in party to avoid a conflict of interests), he got so much influence that Nikolic had to renounce struggle for a second term of office in spite of his initial plans to run for presidency again.