Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Belgrade on Saturday, as the protests against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and his government entered their 23rd week.
The protest started on the Terazije Square, in the city centre, where speakers took turns to address the crowd.
One of them was the attorney for the arrested protesters Vladimir Gajic, who said, «We have to promise the... Еще Serbian citizens that, as soon as we change this government, we will initiate a procedure in the Constitutional Court to propose a ban for the Serbian Progressive Party, the Serbian Radical Party and the Socialist Party of Serbia.»
From there, the protesters marched to the Serbian National Broadcaster (RTS), before concluding the march in front of the Serbian Presidency.
The protests began in December and were triggered by an attack on opposition leader Borko Stefanovic in November in city of Krusevac.