Several thousand people rallied in Belgrade for the third day in row to protest the victory of Aleksandar Vucic in Sunday's presidential vote. They claimed that Vucic rigged the elections.
For months now, Serbs have been protesting against their president, Aleksandar Vucic. On Saturday, the situation deteriorated sharply: demonstrators stormed the state radio station and surrounded the presidential palace.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic slammed "tycoon bullies and fascist goon squads" who entered the offices of public broadcaster RTS. The protesters had wanted to read out their requests on air.
Anti-government protests in Serbia have entered a fourth month, as thousands gathered in Belgrade. Demonstrators have called for an end on what they call President Aleksandar Vucic's stranglehold of the media.
The 10th round of protest rallies against President Aleksandar Vucic were held in freezing temperatures in the Serbian capital and other cities. The ultranationalist Vucic rejects claims he has become autocratic.
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