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Around 20,000 Serbs protest against President Vucic

The demonstrations against the President of Serbia, Vucic from wide. At least 20,000 people protested in Belgrade against his style of leadership. Critics accuse him of ruling by decree.

once Again demonstrated thousands of people in Belgrade against the government of the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic. According to the estimates of eye-witnesses, more than 20,000 people ran through the centre of the capital. Participants of the rally carried banners with inscriptions such as "I will not be silent", "I'm stupid" and "Why we fight against all the neighboring countries".

It was the fourth Saturday in a row, the protestors in Belgrade took to the streets. They are protesting against the government tolerated the use of violence against critics.

To be had, the rallies, an Alliance of opposition parties called the range of the left to ultra-right enough. The protests are directed against the one-sided partisanship of the public service broadcasters for the government and Vucic.

attack on leader of the Serb Left -

the Original occasion of the attack on the Chairman of the Serbian Left, Borko Stefanovic, at the end of November in the südserbischen city of Krusevac. The perpetrators were later caught. Vucic condemned the attack. The opposition make the President responsible. They accuse him of contributing to his aggressive rhetoric against critics and opposition, a climate of violence in the country.

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