The ministry of police didn’t think it necessary to check HRW’s findings that Serbian police is taking money from migrants, but they checked Informer’s story about ombudsman Sasa Jankovic.
Two of my friends were beaten in the streets of Belgrade „out of the blue“. The attackers kicked one of them in the head because they didn’t like his clothes.
The media was full of the news that the Human Rights Watch has published a report stating that the Serbian police abuses migrants.
The findings of the two army commissions on the responsibility for the tragic helicopter crash are now available to the public. Their most controversial conclusion is that the crew is responsible for the crash.
The editors of Pescanik filed criminal charges against unidentified persons for unauthorized website breach, falsifying content and false representation to the Ministry of Internal Affairs Department for High-tech Crime.
In fortunate countries it’s not normal to constantly speak of an assassination of the highest authority; in Serbia it’s everyday fun. Apis himself has risen from the grave to chase Vucic and entertain us!
The immediate cause of this article is the prime minister’s statement that the reduction of salaries and pension could be canceled „by the end of the year“. Only if IMF approves.
Serbian journalism won’t soon recover from the defeat inflicted on it by our prime minister on Tuesday night (Question mark, RTS 1). He has put journalists where he thinks they deserve to be – the ninth circle of Hell.
Instead of protecting your ministers at any cost, you would be much better off allowing the investigation to find out: who decided that the helicopter should bring the baby to Belgrade only?
The whole circus is completed by walks for Zoran, organized by tiny leaders – by-products of divisions within the Democratic Party. This makes me sick. I see these walks as an abuse of citizens’ feelings.
Yugoslav nations could no longer blame Yugoslavia or communism for their failure. A scapegoat was urgently needed. They are disappointed in Europe because they are disappointed in themselves.
It’s time for plan C. What could it be? To close the Steel Mill and award 5,000 employees with substantial settlements and free seedlings of grapes, apples, apricots and peaches.
If anyone still wonders why it was necessary to establish the Hague tribunal for war crimes in Yugoslavia, they should read the president’s holiday threat to the war crimes prosecutor once more.
What is the payoff structure in the Greece versus Euro Area (EA) game? Games are defined by payoffs. No payoffs, no game. As we do not know the payoff structure, we need to infer it from the strategy of the players.
The promotion of Jankovic into the state enemy was proven by connecting him with Natasa Kandic and the documents on Dikovic. And all that was done because Aleksandar Vucic loves his brother.
The ICJ rejected both the genocide claim filed by Croatia and the counter-claim by Serbia. The chances of the ICJ deciding otherwise were equal to that of a direct asteroid hit on the Hague Peace Palace on 3 February, 10 am local time.
The government’s attitude to the ombudsman and the commissioner illustrates the real attitude of the SNS to the ideas which were (at least declaratory) in the foundation of the October 5th.
OWCP’s request for documents from the HLC relating to Rudnica is an indicator of a years long failure to act upon the evidence concerning the crimes committed in the area of responsibility of the 37th MtBr.
Noam Chomsky, clearly unaware of crucial facts, makes an unfortunate comparison in his article between the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo and the NATO bombing of the Serbian Television.
I can picture the deans of faculties walking through the halls in the eve of the New Year holidays and considering who should be “dumped”, while offering polite smiles and holiday wishes.
We don’t have the right to use the honorable epithet “Je suis Charlie” if we continue to allow the collapse of the very form (the substance is already gone) of the parliamentary democracy in Serbia.
This is my reaction to the deaths of my colleagues in Paris.
Only when the issue of Kosovo is resolved and repayment of debts guaranteed, can the chapters 23 and 24, which are about the judiciary system and human rights, be opened in the second part of this year.
Not much will change in 2015 when it comes to respect for human rights. One may even expect a deterioration of relations towards freedom of expression and human rights defenders.
The overall result is: during this year’s first nine months, the investments were 4% lower than in 2013. And last year, the investments were 10% lower than in 2012.
This article should be read as a sketch of what was ruined in 2014, as an attempt to compile a part of the legacy that the next unfortunate tenants of Nemanjina 11 Street will inherit.
God forbid that this year is 20 days longer – our government would use that time to do one or two more budget rebalances.
Vulin is being given absolution from corruption by the US Ambassador. Vulin being protected by the US, go figure? Oppose a large international power, if you dare, and if you are as brave as Vulin.
A public forum was held at which Zoran Milivojevic, a promoter of physical punishment of children, presented his ideas to a hall packed with young parents, teachers and experts, and won standing ovations.
My proposal for the opposition parties is to unite into one party. However, the key issue is whether these parties would let citizens to decide who the new leader will be.
On Sunday, November 30, more than 1800 cities in more than 90 countries specially illuminated one of their monuments. This is a part of the international manifestation “Cities for Life – Cities Against the Death Penalty”.