Monday, January 18, 2010

HRH Crown Prince Alexander on "One on One"

CONTINUITY AND NO ARGUMENT

Interview of HRH Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia with Riz Khan
for One on One,
2 January 2010



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Is there something that you see as a specific benefit that the country would get from restoring monarchy?

Absolutely! I think you have a cutting out a person who would be a member of a political party, a president of a political party and replacing him with a person who’s neutral, not a member of any party, not a president of a party and a meeting point and a point of continuity. This is no disrespect to a current president – who may be become a prime minister – we’d have the same politicians as we have now, but we’d have minus one. So, they’d have continuity and no argument.



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What do you feel was the biggest risk trying to go home before 2001?


Games, incredible games of the intelligence service. Inventions, the media were state controlled; there was a small independent media who were working very hard, they were beaten up by the state, and the state media would invent all sort of stories that I never did or my family never did, and in fact, it worked against them, eventually. But it was very annoying, I must admit.



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