Photo: FoNet/Slobodan Miljevic

On 21 June, when the Prime Minister Ana Brnabic was answering the questions of BIRN journalist on what was her comment on the unofficial claims coming from various parts of Serbia that number of deaths was higher than reported, emphasised that it was a “serious accusation” claiming that the officials “did not hide any piece […]

Freedom of Election Overshadowed by the Turnout

Two things are definite as regards the parliamentary elections in the Republic of Serbia held on 21 June 2020. In the last two decades, those elections had the minimum uncertainty as regards the results, however, those were the elections with the most disputed legitimacy. This was the reason the public had been engaged for quite […]

Persons with disabilities and the challenges they face in the voting process

What are the challenges that persons with disabilities face when they go out to vote? “This video is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID […]

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Coronavirus Has Changed the Course of Foreign Policy

  Istinomer talked about Serbia’s relationship with these four global powers in the last years with Milan Krstic, a founder of the Centre for Social Dialogue and Regional Initiatives and a teaching assistant at the International Studies Department of the Faculty of Political Sciences and Igor Novakovic, the director of research in the International and […]

Foto: Istinomer/Zoran Drekalović

Petrovic Skero: No One Can Restrict Our Right to Human Dignity

Is the National Assembly prevented to be convoked by the Decision on ban of gathering indoors for the limited number of people?   How can one subordinate the Constitution to a decision? It is also a matter of appropriateness, especially since the decision on the state of emergency is adopted in such a way, when […]