BELGRADE, Serbia, May 20 (UPI) -- The leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia says his group is torn over which of two political parties it should partner to form a coalition government.
SPS leader Ivica Dacic said although the Socialist Party has more in common with the DS party when it comes to state and national policy, it is more closely aligned ideologically with the DSS-NS-SRS party, B-92 reported Tuesday.
"The Socialist Party of Serbia finds itself in a very complicated political moment," Dacic said.
He added that Socialists in Serbia must decide whether to continue on their party's traditional path or go down a new, independent one, B-92 reported.
"We insist on the principles of social justice and harmonizing laws and the continuation of the process of European integration with the protection of national and state interests," Dacic said.