We are faced with the serious task of taking on civil action, voting for DS is a cheap way out.
Attacking the DP means attacking the middle class, educated, urban and enlightened people.
a) A nation which was not a victim of genocide does not deserve to exist.
Another disturbing piece of news: “new commission will investigate Djindjic’s assassination”.
After the opening of EU accession negotiations, Serbian political elites faced Srdja Popovic’s legacy.
Any government is lucky to have us. With us, they can get away with anything.
I met two businessmen on the same day, in the space of maybe one and a half hour.
Citizens rebelling against the failed state bureaucracy deserve our respect.
So, we come to the question of what should voters do about this election.
If the Krkobabic-Topalovic policy should continue, the state will end up in a crematorium (bankruptcy).
So far, it seems that blank voting this year will be an individual act.
Another attempt at reforms in Serbia has failed.
USA refused the Air Serbia request to fly from Belgrade to USA via Abu Dhabi.
Can the deputy prime minister finish any task, without crying a river?
Democratic party must not, under any conditions, accept coalition with the Progressive party.
For years, this massacre has been “the next big case” of Serbian prosecutor.
The artists Saranda, Jehona and Fatos Bogujevci showed Ivica Dacic around.
What do Chetniks have in common with Ustashas and Split: everything.
New thinking about the First World War represents a frustration with European integrations.
The sooner we start hating someone, the easier it will be for us.
The results of 5 years of implementation of the Law on Asylum are distressing.
Incidents against asylum seekers are continuation of racism against Bosniaks, Albanians, Croats.
We don’t seem to care that Sonja Biserko cannot step outside her house for two weeks.
Venice is the only town where pigeons are walking and lions are flying.
I dwell in a land of despair / In the city of despair / Among desperate people / Myself desperate.
This mass grave is already described as the biggest in post-war Europe.
Unseasonably nice weather lured citizens of Belgrade to – funerals.
Farewell speech, Saturday, November 2, 2013.
Death is a sentimental category. How should this sentiment function in Srdja’s case?
Tijanic’s eulogies failed to remind of his phrase, “If Zoran Djindjic survives, Serbia will not”.
On the day Tito’s widow was buried, another symbol of Yugoslavia was buried.
After 1968 student protests, there was a rhyme in Belgrade…