Protests against new president Vucic continue in Serbia

About 20 thousand people gathered in the center of Belgrad
21:20, 8 April 2017

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In the capital of Serbia thousands of people came to protest because of dissatisfaction with the election of President Aleksandar Vucic. This is reported by Balkan Insight.

About 20,000 people gathered for the protests, then went to the office of RTS state television channel, then to the Palace of Serbia, where the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the presidential residence are located.

Simultaneously with the protest against Vucic in the government quarter of Belgrade, a rally of trade unions against the reduction of pensions takes place on Saturday.

Several hundred people protest in the southern city of Nis, promising to continue to hold such actions until the authorities begin to take them seriously.

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