I want to assure you that the institutions of the Republic of Serbia are decisively taking all measures to find and arrest all the remaining Hague fugitivesMinister says Serbia chasing war criminals Nov 29, 2008
The Socialist Party of Serbia finds itself in a very complicated political momentSerbian Socialists mull coalition May 20, 2008
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 interestsSerbian Socialists mull coalition May 20, 2008
My job as the Home Minister is to take care over security. I am only pointing out at security risks and it is on the Government to decidePoliticians incite violence against gays Aug 23, 2011
Ivica Dačić (Serbian: Ивица Дачић) (born 1 January 1966, in Prizren, SAP Kosovo, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian politician. He is the leader of Socialist Party of Serbia. He is the current First Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia and Minister of Internal Affairs.
He was brought up at Žitorađa, where his family still lives.
Ivica Dačić was a presidential candidate in the Serbian presidential election, 2004 for the Socialist Party of Serbia where he finished 5th with 112,405 votes.