The local branch of a Serbian opposition party put up road-side banners asking where the money came from to bus Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) members and supporters to Friday’s rally in Belgrade.
The SNS is known to bring its members and supporters to rallies by bus from different parts of the country.
The Vojvodina province branch of the Popular Party put up the banners on a road leading out of the town of Kikinda prior to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic’s Future of Serbia campaign rally in front of the Serbian parliament.
“Every SNSbus costs the citizens of Serbia more than 100,000 Dinars (1 Euro – 118 Dinars). That includes per diems for all passengers and drivers, fuel, drink and food. Kikinda will contribute at least two million Dinars to the false support for the ruling party today. False because the participants are not there of their free will,” the party said in a press release.