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Minimum Wages - Serbia Serbian working class protests new minimum wage, terms it inadequate

The Serbian government has set the minimum wage for the year 2023 at 40,020 Serbian Dinars (USD 341.59) per month. Trade unions and leftist political parties say it is insufficient to make ends meet

Serbia Chetnik commander Nikola Kalabić Anti-fascists in Serbia slam bid to rehabilitate notorious Chetnik commander 

A Serbian court in Valjevo has ruled in favor of a petition to rehabilitate Chetnik commander Nikola Kalabić, who perpetrated gruesome acts of violence against Croats, Bosniaks and communists during World War II

NATO Bombings - Serbia (1) Serbians pay tributes to victims of NATO bombing in former Yugoslavia 

The 78-days-long NATO bombing campaign in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia between March 24 to June 10, 1999 caused the death of around 2,000 people, along with massive destruction of property and infrastructure

Serbia anti-mining protests Massive protests force Serbian president to halt controversial laws supporting Rio Tinto’s mining project

The Serbian parliament adopted two controversial legislations in November, reportedly to facilitate the quick launch of a lithium mining project of the Rio Tinto group 

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

Kosovo War Crimes Indictment of Kosovo establishment for war crimes has major implications for region

Recently, the Specialist Prosecutor’s Office announced that it had filed indictments with the Kosovo Specialist Chambers against Kosovo president Hashim Thaci, former parliamentary speaker Kadri Veseli and others on charges of war crimes

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

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 Balkans NATO: the destabilizer in the Balkans

NATO is highly unpopular among the majority of the citizens living in the Balkan state, having suffered under its brutal military onslaught during the civil wars in the region

“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).