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Theater Director: Citizens Not Interested Enough in Living in Orderly State

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News / Politics | 15.07.21 | access_time 12:05

Milica Kralj (BETAPHOTO/MILAN OBRADOVIC/DS)

Theater director Milica Kralj has said that any kind of responsibility in Serbia has been cancelled and that citizens are not interested in living in an orderly state.

Kralj, who is also a member of the Assembly of Free Serbia, said in an interview with the July 15 issue of Novi Magazin weekly that Serbia’s courage has shrunk away from the Krusik company whistleblower, Aleksandar Obradovic, and that dignity has almost completely disappeared.

She said that citizens live the consequences of a total cultural and spiritual collapse. “They [the consequences] are reflected in widespread violence, lack of a true system of values, incomprehensible speech, lack of education, advertising of baseness, promotion of human depravity…”, the director said.

Kralj pointed out that “the top authorities are ridiculing common sense, civil and educated people, those who have still preserved some dignity and honesty and have opinions of their own.”

She added that the citizens should understand that they are above any authority, that they should reclaim their power and realize that the authorities should be in their service.

According to her, speaking about civic awareness seems illusory. “But, we have no other choice but to fight,” the director said.

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