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Sixth Anti-Violence Protest in Belgrade

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Archive / News | 09.06.23 | access_time 11:54

“Serbia against Violence” Protest on 27th may (BETAPHOTO/MILOS MISKOV)

The sixth protest under the slogan "Serbia Against Violence" will be held outside the parliament building in Belgrade on June 9, starting at 6 p.m.

The route of the protest march will be from the parliament to the Law School, down Beogradska Ulica street to Slavija Square, and then down Nemanjina street to the government seat, around which the citizens will "form a ring."

The focus of the rally will be on education because of the, as the organizers put it, chaotically presented plan for the end of the school year.

"Famous people, victims of the regime, but also professors and teachers will speak at this protest, because education is at the core of the problems we are dealing with," Green-Left Club MP Biljana Djordjevic said earlier.

She also said that citizens would be able to put together messages for the Education Ministry, which will be on the march route, and for the government, and invited students to join the rally.

The protests started after two mass shootings, at Belgrade's Vladislav Ribnikar Elementary School on May 3 and in villages in the Mladenovac area on May 4.


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