Opposition presents demands to Serbian state TV

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Representatives of the opposition assembled around the Serbia Against Violence protests presented four demands to Serbian state TV (RTS) Director General Dragan Bujosevic on Tuesday outside the RTS building.


Eco Movement leader Aleksandar “Cuta” Jovanovic called on Bujosevic to think hard about what he is doing, recalling that he was with the people outside the RTS building on October 5, 2000 and that he is now Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic’s slave.


The demonstrations held in Belgrade on October 5, 2000 ended the rule of the President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY), Slobodan Milosevic.


“We have gathered here to warn Dragan Bujosevic, to tell him to come to his senses and to stop violating the Public Information Act and give the opposition representatives the airtime that we are entitled to in the public broadcaster’s news program,” said Jovanovic.


“Dragan Bujosevic, a time of reckoning is coming, a time of responsibility. A time when anyone who had violated the law will have to answer for it,” Jovanovic added.


He said the opposition will not give up on its demands, and that it will keep assembling outside the RTS building until conditions are created for the Public Information Act to be implemented.


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