Serbian citizens' money should be invested in people rather than in stadiums, so that medical doctors, nurses, school and kindergarten teachers and others may have decent salaries which their families can live off, instead of both the young and older ones running abroad," Party of Freedom and Justice leader Dragan Djilas said on Oct. 18 in Mladenovac.
"This regime is falling apart, so the incumbent authorities are very aggressive toward all who think differently or have an opinion of their own. That is why we should fight for strong and stable institutions that will guarantee rights and freedoms to all citizens. So, there will be no revanchism, but there will be justice," said Djilas.
He added that no one can know for sure how the regime will respond to the boycott, but that Serbia will win freedom despite the massive aggression generated by the regime.