, Serbia • Serbia's new prime minister on Sunday promised a total overhaul of the economy in the Balkan country that went through a decade of war and international isolation in the 1990s, but is now seeking EU membership.
Aleksandar Vucic told the lawmakers that "you will sleep and eat here" in order to pass by July 15 the first set of reform laws that are necessary to introduce market reform.
"This is something that has been put off for too long," Vucic said. "Changes and modernization are the key words."
Serbia's new government was voted into office on Sunday with 198 for and 23 against.