1. Just another example of the extremly poor state of serb journalism. Not a word about the over 10,000 people protesting against the Belgrade Waterfront Project in Belgrade on Wednesday. Only what the ruling class wants is reported finds it's way into the media, and rest simply ignored. Serb media is being censored, and journalists who don't want to follow, simply loose their jobs, like it happened basicly all over Serbia since Vucic tightend it's rule. Milosevic type media control is commplace in Serbia nowadays. It is time the EU finally stops supporting the undemocratic Belgrade regime.
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    And you where there with the 100 or so Protesters.Sorry,the 10,000 where football supporters,going to the game near by.
    If you don't like Vucic,maybe you are a fan of Seselj to take over.There is alot of Newspapers that tried to write lies of Vucic,and still do!.
    P'S Try living in Serbia,before writing crap.
    (sasa.p from near Jagodina, Serbia, 27 May 2016 08:03)

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  2. Just another example of the extremly poor state of serb journalism. Not a word about the over 10,000 people protesting against the Belgrade Waterfront Project in Belgrade on Wednesday. Only what the ruling class wants is reported finds it's way into the media, and rest simply ignored. Serb media is being censored, and journalists who don't want to follow, simply loose their jobs, like it happened basicly all over Serbia since Vucic tightend it's rule. Milosevic type media control is commplace in Serbia nowadays. It is time the EU finally stops supporting the undemocratic Belgrade regime.
    (observer, 26 May 2016 20:24)

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  3. I agree that is the big opportunity; on my apinion the most valuablest is cooperation in the green busines..
    (Sasa Mihajlovic, 26 May 2016 09:53)

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