Saturday protest in support of Krusik whistleblower

Saturday protest in support of Krusik whistleblower

Saturday protest in support of Krusik whistleblower Izvor: N1

Saturday’s 1 in 5 Million protest in Belgrade was devoted to Krusik whistleblower Aleksandar Obradovic and included a march to the public prosecutor’s office which brought charges against him.

Obradovic leaked documents showing that Branko Stefanovic, father of Serbia’s Internal Affairs Minister, was involved in arms deals which were allegedly detrimental to the Krusik munitions plant. He was arrested for revealing business secrets and is in house arrest after being in jail in Belgrade.  

The crowd at the protest was addressed, among others, by Obradovic’s lawyer Vladimir Gajic. The lawyer told the crowd that Obradovic asked him to thank the protesters and journalists who reported on his case because he realized he was not alone.

The protesters marched from the plateau in front of the Belgrade University Rectorate to the Public Prosecutor’s office near the St Sava temple in a show of solidarity with the whistleblower.

The protesters marched past the building where Deputy Mayor Goran Vesic lives, stopping to chant Vesic Thief and again in front of the Communal Police headquarters to chant Vesic’s Police and put up stickers saying Boycot.  They demanded Obradovic’s release from house arrest and symbolically left printouts of 300,000 Euro (the amount that Branko Stefanovic was caught with once) in front of the prosecution offices.

Comments (0)

Comment sent successfully.

Comment sending failed.

Invalid CAPTCHA

* All fields are required

READ MORE

NEWS

NEWS

Let N1 TV Be Seen - #DaSeVidiN1 - 12:10 h

12:10 h  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Atlantic Council: Trump may be more successful in the Balkans than elsewhere 24.01.2020.

24.01.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Serbia’s whistleblower still suspended from work 24.01.2020.

24.01.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

European Council President: Skopje's and Tirana's future is in EU 24.01.2020.

24.01.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Website: Almost a thousand fake news on Serbia’s tabloids front pages in 2019 24.01.2020.

24.01.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Belgrade welcomes Chinese New Year with fireworks 24.01.2020.

24.01.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

US Kosovo envoy says he is focusing on the economy 24.01.2020.

24.01.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

N1’s Executive producer: #DaSeVidiN1 isn’t commercial video 24.01.2020.

24.01.2020.  |  NEWS

loader