Some 300 people gathered in front of the Serbian parliament for the 8th protest against the authorities on Tuesday.
N1 reporters said there were no incidents, adding that no one in the crowd chanted or whistled. The crowd split into three groups – one gathered around Dosta Je Bilo leader Sasa Radulovic who voiced proposals for fair elections; a second at the steps to parliament focusing on nationalist issues and a third sitting quietly in the middle of the street which was closed to traffic.
The police presence was much smaller than on previous protest nights, with about just 50 uniformed police with several officers in plain clothes.
A protest was also staged in the southern city of Nis, also much smaller than on previous nights with only traffic police present. The crowd of a few dozen people marched through central city streets, lighting candles in front of the city court house.