Freedom and Justice Party leader Dragan Djilas asked Alo daily to publish the full content of the judgement passed in his favour, which determined that he was subject of defamation in one of the articles the daily published with an aim, as Djilas said, to discredit him.
Djilas told reporters that the Higher Court in Belgrade was the first to rule in this case and the judgement was then confirmed by the Appellate Court in Belgrade, after the daily published an article during the election campaign for the Belgrade mayor and accused Djilas of buying the support of trade unions and borrowing 10 million Euros from businessman Miroslav Miskovic for that purpose.
He warned that the daily was supposed to publish the full content of the judgement by yesterday at latest.
It will be a historic day for Alo daily, said Djilas, because “for the first time in modern history it will publish the truth.”
“I expect all other court decisions that I win in the upcoming period will contain that part so that the readers of Informer, Srpski Telegraf, Kurir, Vecernje novosti (dailies) will finally be able to read something true about my name and surname,” said the opposition politician.