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Serbia protests meet violent response in Europe’s 1st major virus unrest (08.07.2020)

To counter a second coronavirus wave, President Aleksandar Vucic announced a new lockdown. Protesters reacted with fury at his inconsistency, amid wider anger over his strongman leadership.

Serbian opposition voices suspicion about repeat election votes (26.06.2020)

After the Election Commission ordered a repeat vote at 234 polling stations on July 1, delaying the final result, opposition parties said they suspected it was part of a plan to push up the turnout and so make the election look more legitimate.

Serbia President’s party scores landslide in election boycotted by opposition (21.06.2020)

Aleksandar Vucic’s party romped home in Serbia’s general elections on Sunday, winning about two-thirds of the votes, early results show – although opposition parties boycotting the polls said less than half the electorate turned out.

Serbia's opposition to boycott vote held during pandemic (18.06.2020)

[…] Most of the main opposition parties will boycott the vote because of what they say is Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic's iron grip on the country's media and the electoral process, as well as potential coronavirus infection hazards at voting stations.

Serbian President calls general election for April 26 (04.03.2020)

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has called a general election for April 26, which most opposition parties are expected to boycott over corruption and complaints of a lack of democratic freedoms in the Balkan nation.

Leaders hail restoration of Belgrade-Pristina air link (20.01.2020)

Serbian, Kosovo and NATO leaders on Monday welcomed the signing of an agreement to reopen the air link between Pristina and Belgrade that was broken 21 years ago. US diplomats oversaw the signing of the agreement in Berlin, which will mean flights being operated by Lufthansa’s budget carrier,...

Protesters in Belgrade call for end to threats, violence against journalists (16.10.2019)

Dozens of journalists and media-freedom activists assembled outside the Serbian government headquarters on October 16 to demand that intimidation, threats, and violence end toward members of their profession.

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