Crta – 28 days since the election was announced, the City Election Commission (CEC) is yet to allow domestic observers to attend its meetings. During this period, as many as 17 CEC meetings were held.
Natasa Kandic is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for 2018. This was enough to cause a barrage of threats to this brave women, whose life mission is to record every victim of the wars of the 90s.
Transparency Serbia announced that our country ranked 62nd in the big international Open Budget Index survey for 2016. The list covers 115 countries, which means that we are in the bottom half.
The spirit of roaming, and straying, that spoke through him was not part and parcel of the literary modernism of the period after the Great War.
In 2016, half of the population of Serbia had an income of less than €213, three quarters less than €312, and 80% lower than €344.
The extradition of a Turkish citizen of Kurdish origin, Cevdet Ayaz, caused an avalanche of comments and reactions from the public. This controversial case can be seen in two ways…
If Serbian parliament adopts the proposed law on the army, the military police will protect people based on the decision of the minister of defense, and arrest citizens who are against it.
Preface from the author’s new book in English “The populism Serbian Way”: Finally, one thing in which the Balkans have had an advantage over Europe! Download the book!
For Tanja Tagirov, whose article would be better: Vucic agrees with Brussels that the Serbian judiciary system is inefficient, but said that these problems are inherited.
Since the UN Special Rapporteur’s for torture findings for Kosovo and Serbia are almost identical, it turns out that Belgrade and Pristina have much more in common than they are willing to admit.
Vucic said that now is not the time for happiness or sorrow, that we should instead look towards the future. How? How are he or former president Nikolic supposed to look towards the future?
HRT management issued a statement regarding their journalist Aleksandar Stankovic because he “equated the Homeland war with civil war on multiple occasions” in his show “Nedjeljom u dva”.
Many of my international friends were astonished at the tsunami of hate speech triggered in Serbia by the ICTY verdict against Ratko Mladić.
In Serbia people felt first on their own skin that Vucic says one thing and does another, i.e. that his pro-European rhetoric is often only a cover for his pro-Russians and pro-Putin practice.
One of the main features of Vucic’s governing technology is snap parliamentary elections. Usually, in a multi-party system, this kind of election serves to return the mandate to the citizens…
The Russian Revolution heralded a fertile period for economic thinking in the 1920s, but this was decisively killed off by Stalin. The effects of the destruction he wrought have left a long shadow.
From the conference Memory laws: The solution to controversial issues of the past is in changing the education system…
Erdoğan’s festive welcome pointed out all the features of the “poor man’s glory”, which mostly shows the things that don’t exist. In this case, glamor, honesty and grandiose friendship.
National Council decided to appoint a “professor from Italy” as “a member of the expert committee to analyze the disputed doctoral dissertation of the mayor of Belgrade, Sinisa Mali”.
The atmosphere of social conflict on the brink of an armed clash is intolerable for most citizens and they are willing to sacrifice a lot to avoid it. This is the secret of Vucic’s success among Serbian voters.
Yugoslavia proved unable to deal with secessions without disintegrating. That is also the worry of the Spanish government – that the secession of Catalonia will lead to the dissolution of Spain.