Opposition Party Together Co-Leader: Serbian Regime Is Very Nervous | Beta Briefing

Opposition Party Together Co-Leader: Serbian Regime Is Very Nervous

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Archive / News | 20.06.23 | access_time 11:51


Opposition party Together co-leader Biljana Stojkovic said on June 20 that the coming period would be dangerous for citizens and political activists, because the regime “is very nervous.”

Stojkovic made the statement to Belgrade daily Nova two days after she and several party members had been taken in by the police for spray painting the words “Stop Violence” on the sidewalk outside the Serbian Parliament building in downtown Belgrade.

“We will not give up. Political and civil activists will definitely not give up and probably neither will a large number of citizens. The protests will not stop,” Stojkovic stressed, adding that the regime could not be tolerating the protests for too long. Stojkovic also said that there had been various attempts to undermine the protests all of which had failed, adding that she was therefore deeply assured that “what has been started cannot be stopped.”

Explaining why the anti-violence words were written outside the Parliament building, Stojkovic said that “the regime has transformed the Parliament into a violent and propaganda machinery which serves to increase anxiety and tensions, divide Serbia’s citizens and protect the bullies, and that is exactly the place where these words had to be written.”

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