Tag Archives: Branislav Radeljic

May 19 2014

Serbia’s Flood Prayers: Blame it on the LGBT Community

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“The Serbian Orthodox Church’s decision to use a flood-inspired supplicatory prayer as an opportunity to undermine the LGBT community and the 2014 Belgrade Pride is scandalous and deserves serious criticism. Should the close relationship between Church and government fully consolidate, the status … Continue reading

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Apr 28 2014

Serbia has a new government: Hurrah or maybe not?

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Everything as expected: after March’s landslide victory of the Progressive Party, Aleksandar Vučić has been sworn in as Prime Minister with 198 votes in favour and 23 against last Sunday, 27 April. One month on, are his walloping promises looking … Continue reading

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Mar 18 2014

Serbian elections – the view from the UK

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The 16 March 2014 extraordinary parliamentary elections in Serbia were marked by a landslide victory by the Serbian Progressive Party (Srpska Napredna Stranka – SNS). While the success of the party and of its popular leader, the former Deputy PM Aleksandar … Continue reading

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