Serbia’s united opposition said that it expects that the representatives of the European Union to join its efforts, as well as the pressure coming from citizens, to force the government to respect the Constitution and the laws and enable the freedom of the media.
The last time when the citizens entered the building of their public service, we got informed about it on N1 television, said the leader of the Democratic Party (DS), Zoran Lutovac, stressing that Serbia is a captured state in which all media are also captured.
Those who run public broadcaster, RTS, are "the guards of captured professional journalism", he said.
Playwright and vice president of the People's Party, Sinisa Kovacevic, said that RTS has two tasks - if it is an informative program to tell the truth, and if it is not informative to make a good program. He pointed out that RTS and other televisions with a national frequency must be open to presenting different opinions.
Psychologist Zarko Trebjesanin said that he used to be a member of the RTS Management Board and that there are journalists there who want to do their job professionally, but that they are "captured just like the truth is captured in Serbia."