Anti-government rallies were held in 19 cities and towns across Serbia and in the Belgrade suburb of Mladenovac on Friday night, N1 reported.
The turnout was slightly lower in all places than during protests held previous weeks due to rain and heavy wind, but the demands remain the same: resignations of Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic, several ministers, fair elections, free media, and some requests concerning local problems.
The protesters could sign the Agreement with the People drafted by the Alliance for Serbia (SzS) and based on demands heard during the protests. The opposition has kept a low profile during the protests and never addressed the crowds.
Last night, rallies were held in several other places also under the #1 in 5 million slogan. So far, the protests spread to some 60 places across Serbia.
The slogan #1 in 5 million was chosen as the main message after Vucic said he would not cede to the protesters’ demands even if five million of them gathered.
In Belgrade, the first rally was organised on December 8, and had been held every Saturday since with the 12th protest scheduled for tomorrow.