Serbia against Violence Protest Held in Belgrade | Beta Briefing

Serbia against Violence Protest Held in Belgrade

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Archive / News | 17.07.23 | access_time 08:49

A new Serbia against Violence protest on June 17 (BETAPHOTO/MILOS MISKOV)

Belgrade saw another Serbia against Violence protest on July 15, with demonstrators marching through the streets and blocking parts of a highway.

The protest, which focused on the justice system, passed without incident. Democratic Party president Zoran Lutovac said the justice system in Serbia was under strong political influence and that the people would not live in a regulated and democratic state until that changed.

"There can be no regulated state without an independent judiciary and independent prosecution, and sadly we have neither," Lutovac told BETA at the event. He also said the regime had deceived the people with talk of reforms of the justice system while "nothing has changed" and the justice system remained under strong political influence.

According to him, the Serbia against Violence protesters are demanding to live in a state in which there is justice. Other demonstrations were elsewhere around Serbia as well.


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