A coalition of the opposition parties titled Serbia Against Violence will gather outside the Constitutional Court building in downtown Belgrade at 6 pm on Jan. 26 to protest, they say, fraud during the December election in Serbia.
“Our legal team will submit to the Constitutional Court a request seeking the court’s decision in the motion looking to annul parliamentary elections,” the coalition said in a statement. “We call on the Constitutional Court judges to act in the interest of the state and people, rather than in the interest of the regime of (Serbian President) Aleksandar Vucic,” it is said in the statement.
The coalition, which demands the parliamentary and Belgrade local elections held on Dec. 17, 2023 be repeated, said that protesters would also walk to the nearby building of state public broadcaster RTS, which, according to them, has not be reporting unbiasedly or to the benefit of all citizens, but has been exclusively campaigning for the regime.
Serbia Against Violence coalition is comprised of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Democratic Party, the People’s Movement of Serbia, the Ecological Uprising, the Green-Left Front, the Serbia Center, the Together party, the Free Citizens Movement, the Movement for Turnaround, the Concord Trade Union, and the New Face of Serbia movement.