Aleksandar Vucic, who has been given the mandate to put together Serbia’s new government, will begin consultations on its composition on Tuesday.
It was previously announced that the meetings would take place on Monday.
Vucic will meet with representatives of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) at 14:00 CET, and with the Radicals (SRS), represented by leader Vojislav Seselj, an hour later.
At 16:00, Vucic will meet with the Enough is Enough Movement, and then with the SDS-LDP-LSV coalition, that will be represented by Cedomir Jovanovic and Nenad Canak. SDS leader Boris Tadic said earlier he had “nothing to discuss with Vucic.”
Vucic is scheduled to start his meeting with representatives of the Dveri Movement at 18:00 CET on Tuesday.
It was reported on Monday that Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic’s decision to nominate Vucic for prime minister took effect on June 4 when it was published in the Official Gazette, and is set to be submitted to the Serbian National Assembly.
The explanation of the decision, signed by Nikolic on June 2, states that Vucic possesses “professional and personal qualities required to perform the duty of prime minister and that he has assured the president that he is capable of ensuring that a government is elected.”