Vucic has once again retreated when faced with the demands of the Serbian intellectual elite: first he gave up the sale of Telekom, and then he withdrew from the abolition of national pensions.
Our prime minister was the member Seselj’s legal team and followed his trial closely, until they parted their political ways. He should know what’s allowed in the courtroom and what’s not.
In the pre-election atmosphere in Serbia, which is being fired up, the visit of Russian deputy prime minister Dmitry Rogozin seemed like the opening of the famous Russian doll matryoshka.
The Anti-Corruption Council published a Report on the Possible Impact of the Public Sector Institutions on the Media through Financing of Advertising and Marketing Services.
What was the point of the mass arrests – is it a beginning of the election campaign, or an attempt to distract the public from the cracks in SPP (Gasic, Mirkovic) and from the new report of the Anti-corruption Council?
Vucic’s claims about us realizing the distinction between the mythical Serbia in heaven and the real one without Kosovo, aren’t confirmed by the reality.
The idea is something like Richard Pipes’ claim that Russia is Russia is Russia, politically and ideologically, even if it is the Soviet Union, which is not really the case.
The young French terrorists attacked those European commodities which are available to them – football matches, fast food and metal. In that sense, Hollande’s statement is true: France is at war, but it’s a civil war.
After the president announced a “civil war”, the prime minister rushed to Moscow to get the “weapons” and the “tools”. And not just any weapons, but defensive ones, so that Serbia could protect its territory.
Putting the institutions of the security sector into the service of personal and party interests jeopardizes the democratic order, human rights and lives of the citizens.
Our teacher asked: “If 10,000 refugees enter Croatia and 3,000 go to Slovenia and 5,000 to Hungary, how many refugees are left in Croatia?”
Are those Syrians crazy? Don’t they read newspapers, watch TV? Don’t they see the state of the Europe they so naively rush to?
Instead of an obituary for Olivera Milosavljevic (1951-2015): The author traces the ways in which the stereotype of Albanians as implacable enemies is created.
Instead of acting as allies against the false refugee policy, Croatia and Serbia are blowing the war horns and preparing for a new historic battle. The refugees are not important anymore.
In everyday Serbia, an ethnic Albanian couldn’t be a good man and a good police officer. It can only happen by a tangle of circumstances which include internet and social media.
The initiative that Apis’s remains be buried with state honors at Kalemegdan is the latest addition to the culture of remembrance in Serbia.
The manipulation of the idea of ZSO as a miniature Republika Srpska, is perhaps the most serious problem which could hinder the normalization of Pristina-Belgrade relations.
The horror on the Greek-Macedonian border has finally raised the question what the EU has done and hasn’t done; what the citizens are to do in the midst of events which will mark this century.
There is an innovation here – Vucic now clothes the radical party hooliganism in the suit of a great statesman and a peacemaker, something that he personally, as well as his servants, are going to sing about.
One should hope that Vucic won’t propose to the “leaders of the countries that took part in the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia” to establish “a collective day of remembrance for all victims, regardless of their nationality”.
“The investigation will show” that the incident was triggered by some “marginal groups”, but we’ve all heard spontaneous cries of the victims’ families aimed at Vucic while he was fleeing Potocari.
The prime minister didn’t explain how the Serbian border police managed to prevent 615 migrants from entering Serbia in one day. Did they classify them according to their skin colour, the shape of their skulls…
The mandate that the new government received basically asks for the return to the pre-2009 era. This is achievable, with Greece remaining in the European Monetary Union, and with a debt write-off.
No one is prepared for the situation of, for example, 60,000 migrants coming to Serbia. And that’s exactly how many of them are in Serbia right now. The entire population of the city of Paracin.
Can the newspaper Politika, our president, conditions, rules, etc. prevent doctors and other trained professionals from looking for jobs in Germany, Austria, Sweden, Norway, etc? They can.
How to explain to the new generation that so many people were killed in their name. To use a term Djindjic coined when speaking about Kosovo, how to break this bone in our brain?
Since June 16th in the afternoon, our website has been under the most severe hacking attack we have ever experienced: in the last two days, our server blocked about 2,000 IP addresses.
When we worry too much about our arrogant rulers, we can count on their international debacles. That’s how they all finish, while pushing Serbia into greater poverty.
In an interview with Euronews Aleksandar Vucic claims that the statement he made on July 20, 1995, that “one hundred Muslims would be killed for every dead Serb,” was misinterpreted.
From the radio show: Snjezana Milivojevic and Miroslava Milenović speaking about the 2015 Report of the Anti-Corruption Council.