Trustees of CILIP are very concerned about the dismissal of Mr Sreten Ugričić, Director of the National Library of Serbia.
A note of protest against the dismissal of Sreten Ugričić which has been signed by numerous friends and colleagues from all over Europe.
We have been informed that the Government of the Republic of Serbia has decided to dismiss the writer Sreten Ugričić from his office as Director of Narodna Biblioteka Srbije.
Boris Tadic dealt with both Djindjic and Sreten Ugricic. I’m not sure if he is aware that he crossed the line he should not have crossed.
The alternatives in my case were: to be the best student in the class of professor Slobodan Milosevic or the editor of the collected works of Zoran Djindjic.
I report to Minister of Police Ivica Dacic that there are thoughts in my head, the same as in the head of Sreten Ugricic.
The government did not sack Ugricic because it was unaware of the brilliant job this man had done. On the contrary, Ugricic’s sin must be his contribution to European Serbia.
Tadic barely managed to push through a resolution on Srebrenica, which, if nothing else, provides a moral evasion of the possibility to be awarded a medal by Milorad Dodik.
We demand that the Serbian Government immediately repeals its unconstitutional decision to remove the Director of the Serbian National Library, Sreten Ugricic.
It is better to talk about the terrorist associates of Nikolaidis such as Ugricic, instead of asking why Tadic wore that bloody sash while in Banja Luka.
I don’t understand the Nikolaidis case, much less the related Ugricic case. However, what I do find worrisome is the case of Dacic.
Probably Tadic himself is frightened, because the Service intimidates not only citizens, but public officials as well.
If Keynes is compared to Friedman, the difference is both in the theory of money and theory of interest.
He is organizing a private referendum, which is a criminal offence. In normal countries, people are sent to jail for that.
Fortunately, we have a solution: the EU will fall apart making all our dilemmas irrelevant.
A state funeral was scheduled at Belgrade’s New Cemetery for the day after the session of the EC in Brussels.
Amnesty International is campaigning for a law which will prohibit forced evictions in Serbia.
When he told Serbs to leave the barricades, he gave the same command to himself. He too, should resign.
In the White book, Progressive party hopes to identify individuals with a genetic burden.
Now what? Support the coalition of ex-Chetniks, ex-communists and LDP, which shunned Vesna Pesic? Well… yes.
What happened cannot be willfully erased, and Serbia will not achieve normalcy unless it confronts its past.
Voters will turn to smaller parties – only to get back at Boris Tadic. Smaller parties collect votes for the larger ones.
The question is very simple – will the next government be composed in Moscow?
Friday, November 4th, at Plato in front of the Philosophical Faculty, protest against the violence that was inflicted on students participating in the blockade.
John L. Esposito on islamophobia, democracy in the Middle East and democracy and islam. The interview was taken by Marija Marovic.
Mrkonjic agreed upon 100 million euros with the World Bank. Maybe Dulic will take some, but there will be enough money all around.
With his call to police violence, Rector Branko Kovacevic proved to be a socially dangerous person and must be fired.
Who controls 150 men, armed and ready to shoot? Who is powerful enough to decide when and if Borislav Stefanovic will be welcomed in Northern Kosovo.
The recommendation to grant Serbia candidate status for EU membership cannot be called a success. It is more like a strong reminder of all our failures so far.
Let us leave aside the academicians, with shovels in their hands, a little sooty and sweaty, to figure out how to insult the Nobel Prize.
Growing employment is the key to social and political stability and to economic growth. It needs to take place in the private, and not in the public sector.
For them, Pride is only a peripheral manifestation of an incompetent government, and their political offer to the public is: “We have the right solution for Kosovo!”