There's growing concern that Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic is becoming increasingly authoritarian, silencing his critics and controlling the media. Nemanja Rujevic reports from Belgrade.
Amid protests in Serbia over the government's response to the coronavirus crisis, the president said he would take a basketball coaching course. Critics scoffed that focusing on a team sport might do the politician good.
Tension is high in Serbia. Protesters have taken to the streets for consecutive days to call for the president's resignation. They are absolutely correct to feel angry, DW's Miodrag Soric writes.
After protesters tried to breach the parliament, Serbian strongman Aleksandar Vucic signaled that a curfew would not be reintroduced. He also denounced a young man whose fury at Serbia's pandemic response went viral.
As Serbians went to the polls, one thing was certain — the election was dominated by populist leader Aleksandar Vucic, who has been setting the rules of the game for years. But many of his rivals refused to play.
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