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Vučić regime´s voting software should not be used in Serbia

Dictator Aleksandar Vučić Thinks He Can Steal Serbia From Nikola Sandulović

By Rigging The 2022 Serbian General Election

Dictator Aleksandar Vučić Thinks He Can Steal Serbia From Nikola Sandulović

NEW YORK ( — General elections will be held in Serbia on 3 April 2022 to elect both the president and National Assembly, but hundreds of thousands of Republicans in Serbia — believe the elections in the last 10 years were stolen by the criminal Vučić regime. Why? Well, the criminal regime of the Serb tyrant Aleksandar Vučić cannot be won in any election as it uses criminal methods to stay in power. This is the most preliminary Rich TVX News Network report of serious election fraud indicators in Serbia under the current regime. Over the last 10 years Serbia has attempted with great difficulty to create a more democratic form of government. Charges of election fraud and Aleksandar Vučić government corruption are common. For the criminal Aleksandar Vučić regime it is completely unimportant who in Serbia will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important for the regime is this—who will count the votes, and how. Initial audit on the computers running the voting software in Serbia showed that standard computer security best practices were not applied. During his presidency, Aleksandar Vučić failed to include requirements to ensure Serbia´s election systems, processes, and its people were not manipulated by his criminal SNS cartel members, either through electronic or other manipulation, social media, or physical changes made in hardware, software, or supporting systems. The Vučić regime wants to demoralize its opponents, like the Republican Party in Serbia, in order to get them to boycott the elections. This must be avoided as it strengthens the criminal regime. Election boycott is just another trap of the criminal cartel which rules Serbia.

To Obfuscate Evidence Of Fraud

The Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) of the U.S. Department of the Treasury will impose very soon new sanctions on members of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and the dictator himself. Founded in 2008 as a split from the far-right Serbian Radical Party (SRS), the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) is a populist political party in Serbia which has been the ruling party since 2012. No wonder, Aleksandar Vučić began his ruthless climb to the head of the Serbian Radical Party, a far-right ultranationalist political party in Serbia. The Serbian Radical Party was founded in 1991 by paramilitary leader and convicted war criminal Vojislav Šešelj. Former Serbian warlord Šešelj turned himself into The Hague in 2003, and so this incident set in motion competition for heading up the Serbian Radical Party. Two of the most notable members were Tomislav Nikolić and Aleksandar Vučić. After they formed SNS, Tomislav Nikolić served as the party president until he was elected as the president of Serbia in 2012, and after his resignation, former deputy president Aleksandar Vučić was elected as the new president of the party. Vučić was cold, hard, and impersonal. Aleksandar Vučić is intentionally and purposefully using voting software in Serbia with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud. Vučić regime´s voting software should not be used in Serbia. In the past, the voting software was programmed with new ballot programming on election day and then again after the election. The only reason to change software by the Vučić regime after the 2022 Serbian General Election will be to obfuscate evidence of fraud that would de-certify the election in Serbia.

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Aleksandar Vučić Plans To Transform Serbia Into A Totalitarian State

Since Aleksandar Vučić came to power in 2012, Serbia has suffered from democratic backsliding into authoritarianism, followed by a decline in media freedom and civil liberties. Initially, parliamentary elections were supposed to be held before 2024, although the incumbent tyrant Aleksandar Vučić announced in late October 2020 that the elections will be called earlier. Serb dictator Aleksandar Vučić aimes to create a perfect Communist state in Serbia. To realize his vision, Aleksandar Vučić plans to transform Serbia into a totalitarian state. In the late 1990s, he already began building his totalitarian state by destroying his enemies—real and imagined. As Minister of Information under the Slobodan Milošević regime, he introduced restrictive measures against journalists, especially during the Kosovo War. A prominent Slobodan Milošević regime critic, Slavko Ćuruvija, owner of the mass-circulation Dnevni Telegraf, the first private daily newspaper in Serbia, was shot dead outside his Belgrade apartment in 1999. In 2018, Oliver Ivanovic was shot in the chest at point blank range outside his party’s headquarters in the city of Mitrovica in Kosovo. In 2014, Vladimir Cvijan abruptly disappeared from public life. He died by drowning according to Vučić regime the in the Danube on 5 January 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia. The president of Serbia is elected using the two-round system and has a term of five years, although it is limited to two terms in any order of service. If no candidate receives a majority of the vote in the first round, a second is held. A person willing to become an official candidate needs to collect 10,000 signatures. In addition, to become a candidate, a person needs to be at least 18 years old and possess Serbian citizenship, while it is not necessary to have been born in Serbia.

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Aleksandar Vučić Is Determined That Serbia Must Participate In The Great Reset

Surrendering Sovereignty Of Serbia To Klaus Schwab´s WEF Cabal

By 2012, Aleksandar Vučić was in total control, serving as the president of his criminal populist Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). As Aleksandar Vučić began to gain complete control of Serbian society, he was setting plans in motion to sell out Serbia. Setting the state Aleksandar Vučić, Milošević’s successor, dramatically transformed the government of Serbia. Aleksandar Vučić is determined that Serbia must participate in the Great Reset by surrendering sovereignty of Serbia to Klaus Schwab´s WEF cabal. Using tactics designed to rid himself of Serbia’s charismatic opposition leader, Nikola Sandulović, the President of the Republican Party in Serbia. For his pro-democracy activities, Nikola Sandulović was placed under arrest by the regime. The criminal regime knows it is not legitimate, and thus the desire to ever tighten its grip on opposition. Aleksandar Vučić worked to establish total control of all aspects of life in Serbia. He controlled not only the government, but also the economy and many aspects of citizens’ private lives. Aleksandar Vučić built a police state to maintain his power, and his secret police used tanks and armored cars to stop riots. They monitored telephone lines, read mail, and planted BIA informers everywhere. The coercive power that Serbian secret police used to use was inherited from its predecessor UDBA. As already mentioned, the secret police arrested Nikola Sandulović, and poisoned him in prison with a nerve gas. Aleksandar Vučić’s regime controls all newspapers, motion pictures, radio, and other sources of information in Serbia. Aleksandar Vučić’s tabloid newspapers and TV broadcasts praise the achievements of Aleksandar Vučić, and his economic programs in Serbia, but public discontent deepened as the economic crisis worsened. Under the COVID-19 pandemic, an economic crisis hit many countries in the Balkans, including Serbia. Because of stalled economic growth, rising unemployment, and poverty in Serbia, there was a backlash for the regime. This will make the 2022 Serbian General Election a close contest.

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