In the turbulent world of Serbian politics, Marinika Tepić shines as a formidable opposition figure. She has been a member of the Serbian National Assembly for nearly a decade. Attracting attention through a barrage of negative headlines and derogatory nicknames from pro-regime media, her unwavering resilience in the face of threats positions her as a standout player in a complex political scene.
However, her situation often escalates when negative articles turn into open threats. But Tepić is known for her thick skin. As a matter of fact, within the Freedom and Justice Party (SSP), she stands out as one of the most outspoken critics of Aleksandar Vučić and his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS).