aligning himself only a day before the elections in Austria on one side and supporting right-wing candidate Norbert Hofer.
He believes that it is deplorable that Dodik supported Hofer as RS president and not as the leader of his party.
"For the umpteenth time, Milorad Dodik abused the office of the RS president and did immeasurable damage to RS, aligning himself only a day before the elections in Austria on one side and supporting the candidate of a very historically questionable party," said Borenovic.
"We are angry with his behavior as president of RS and his interference in the internal affairs of Austria and that people's election," he added.
It is good, he said, that Serbs in Austria did not support Dodik's call to give their vote to the candidate of the Freedom Party of Austria in the presidential elections.
"With that they showed political wisdom, voting for stability, the future and certainty instead of adventurism, uncertainty and isolation. I am sure that RS citizens in two years will vote for future, stability and jobs instead of adventurism, isolation and uncertainty, and with that give the 'red card' to Milorad Dodik," the PDP president said.
According to the first official results, Alexander van der Bellen leads with 53.6 percent, while Hofer has 46.4 percent. The media estimates that this is an "insurmountable lead," and the right-wing Hofer conceded immediately.
He wrote that he was immensely sad and congratulated van der Bellen on his victory.