Bosko Obradovic, the leader of the opposition nationalist Dveri movement, called on people in Serbia to follow whistleblower footsteps and show their teeth to the regime, the Beta news agency.
Taking part in a rally in support of Aleksandar Obradovic (no relation to the politician), the whistleblower who has been in the house arrest for linking dubious arms trade to the father of Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, Dveri leader said people should do what Obradovic did "since they cannot arrest us all."
Bosko Obradovic told protesters in Serbia’s western town of Valjevo, the home of the ammunition Krusik factory where the whistleblower said many wrongdoings happened in four years, that they gathered “to show their teeth” and join Aleksandar Obradovic in his “brave act.”
"So that we can say: I want to be courageous as Aleksandar Obradovic. I too want to be a whistleblower,” Bosko Obradovic said and asked the Republic’s Public Prosecutor Zagorka Dolovac when would she arrest Nebojsa Stefanovic and his father.
He added that people should not calm down until they saw the end “of these criminal authorities.”