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Lawyers Protest-Serbia Protests surge in Serbia over amendments to law on civil procedure

Provisions in the Draft on Amendments to the Law on Civil Procedure in Serbia are likely to affect ordinary citizens’ right to access courts as well as hamper activists’ and independent media’s right to respond to lawsuits

Serbia internet workers protest What’s behind the internet workers’ protest in Serbia?

Miran Pogačar, president of the Association of Workers on the Internet in Serbia, talks about the mobilization by online workers against the harsh tax rules imposed by the government recently

Serbian online workers protest against taxation

Online workers in Serbia are protesting a new taxation scheme which could see them paying up to 6 years of back tax

Online workers protest-Serbia Online workers in Serbia continue protest against unscrupulous taxation 

The Serbian tax administration has asked online workers who earn income from abroad to pay taxes and interest contributions for the past five years. A majority of these online workers are freelancers, including students and youth distressed by the COVID-19 crisis

Serbian progressive groups condemn vandalizing of Tomb of National Heroes

The Tomb of National Heroes in Kalemegdan, which honors the sacrifices of World War II martyrs, was vandalized, reportedly by vigilantes of the far-right Leviathan Movement on December 21

Left-wing in Belgrade counters anti-immigrant vigilantism by Serbian far-right

Right-wing aggression has been surging in Serbia and anti-immigrant vigilante groups have been holding events where campaigns are conducted against migrants.

Indian construction workers in Serbia protest demanding salary, food and repatriation

The New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) has expressed solidarity with the Indian workers and demanded proper action from authorities against Nikolić LLC, the company which brought the workers to Serbia

Serbia Elections Serbian communists file lawsuit against election commission

The New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) and the League of Communist Youth of Yugoslavia (SKOJ) have accused the election commission of discrimination after it rejected their registration for the parliamentary elections scheduled on June 21

Housing rights coalition - Serbia Serbian housing rights collective organizes relief work for COVID-19

Serbian housing rights collective Združena Akcija Krov nad Glavom (Joint Action Roof Over Your Head) has initiated a relief campaign for the distribution of food and other essentials to people in distress

Serbian postal strike Serbian postal workers’ strike ends as unions strike deal with government

The proposal for wage increase made by the government on December 10 was rejected by postal workers earlier, who find the proposed hikes insufficient

Ultra-right Serbia Ultra-nationalists vandalize Tomb of People’s Heroes in Belgrade

Members of the ultra-nationalist group, Serbian Action, sprayed red paint on the busts of the heroes and wrote a notorious fascist slogan over the marble plaque in the tomb

“NATO get out from the Balkans, the Balkans belong to the people!”

Interview with Aleksandar Ðenić, first secretary of the League of Yugoslav Communist Youth (SKOJ), the youth wing of the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ).

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