All the protesters’ demands have been met: the draft Law on Expropriation is being withdrawn, and the Law on Referendum will be amended

Aleksandar Vučić stated on Wednesday that he would return the Law on Expropriation to the Serbian Parliament for reconsideration and that he proposed changes to the Law on Referendum and People's Initiative.

Aleksandar Vučić stated on Wednesday that he would return the Law on Expropriation to the Serbian Parliament for reconsideration and that he proposed changes to the Law on Referendum and People’s Initiative.

Thousands of citizens successfully block traffic at several dozen locations in Serbia on Saturday

On December 4, for the second weekend in a row, citizens gathered to protest against the adoption of the Law on Expropriation and the Law on Referendum, and the implementation of the Rio Tinto Jadar project.

On December 4, for the second weekend in a row, citizens gathered to protest against the adoption of the Law on Expropriation and the Law on Referendum, and the implementation of the Rio Tinto Jadar project.

Protests in Serbia: “People are sick and tired of such injustice”

For two days in a row Serbian citizens have been protesting against their government and the new anti-pandemic measures the president had announced. Both on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon the protests started peacefully, only to turn into a havoc of protester-police clashes and police brutality as the night fell. The alt-right is trying claim the lead and steer the riots according to their agenda. Meanwhile, some left wing organizations see the demonstrations as a spontaneous expression of people’s justifiable dissatisfaction with the government and long accumulated anger.

Protests in largest Serbian cities. Government answers with police violence

Protests in Serbia erupted on July 7 after president Aleksandar Vučić announced that the government will  reintroduce heavily restrictive measures due to the bad epidemiological situation in the country. During his announcement the president put blame on the citizens for the acute health crisis. The protests continued last night in several cities in Serbia. Similarly to the first night, there were riots and brutal police violence.

Climate strike march held in Belgrade

Climate strike march took place in Belgrade last Friday under the slogans: “Wake up and join! The young demand changes!” A few hundred people, most of them young, gathered at the Terazijska česmafountain, demanding climate politics which will keep global warming within the acceptable limits. The gathering was organized by Fridays for Future Serbia and the Serbian Green Youth.

No one without a home! Protest against giving more authorisations to the private enforcement officers

Couple of hundred citizens gathered in front of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade on May 26. The reasons for their dissatisfaction are the new authorisations given to private enforcement officers and the criminalisation of solidarity. The demand of the protest organised by the United Action Roof over One’s Head (Združena akcija Krov nad glavom) is to protect the right to have a home.