The contemporary political history of the Province of Serbia

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Report on protests in all of Serbia
By Stasa and Bojan (Women in Black), 25 November 1996. The opposition coaliation ZAJEDNO (Together) won in 34 major cities in the final round of local elections in Serbia, which were then annulled by the regime-controlled courts, using completely absurd explanations. This has provoked an enormous wave of protests throughout Serbia.
Urgent from Beograd
From Anti-War Campaign, for Group MOST, Dr. Tr. Tunde Kovacs-Cerovic, Belgrade, 23 December 1996. In Belgrade and in many other cities in Serbia, citizens' and students' protest dissatisfaction caused by the anulment of the election results by the ruling party. We assess these protest walks as showing a true Gandhian manner of action.
Police attack in Belgrade
By Novica Milic, MEME, 3 February 1997. A report on the situation in Belgrade by Novica Milic, a resident and member of Sezam Pro, the largest BBS in Serbia. He and his wife are active in the opposition to President Milosovic of Serbia.
Belgrade, 84th day of protest
By Lepa Mladjenovic, 13 February 1997. The political situation in Serbia has not changed much yet. There has been passed a special law in the Serbian parliament about accepting the results of election—which was the main cause for beginning the protests. Now the opposition and the people are waiting to see if the law will be promptly implemented.
Stalinist Regime In Serbia Concedes Elections in Face Of Unyielding Protests
By Argiris Malapanis, The Militant, 17 February 1997. The regime of President Slobodan Milosevic announced its decision to honor the results of the November 17 municipal elections in Serbia and Milosevic instructed Premier Mirko Marjanovic to introduce a special law in Serbia's parliament recognizing that the opposition coalition Zajedno (Together) won a majority in 14 of Serbia's 19 largest cities, including the capital Belgrade.
Belgrade Formally Concedes Elections
By Argiris Malapanis, Militant, 24 February 1997. After three months of non-stop marches and rallies, the parliament of Serbia acted on President Slobodan Milosevic's instructions and passed a law February 11 conceding victory to the opposition coalition Zajedno in municipal elections in 14 of the republic's 19 largest cities, including the capital Belgrade.
Protests In Serbia Counter Nationalism And U.S. Drive To Restore Capitalism
By Argiris Malapanis, Militant, 21 April 1997. The student marches lasted six weeks longer than the daily demonstrations called by the Zajedno opposition coalition, which ended in mid-February. This protest movement had a number of intertwined results. It increased the self-confidence of working people and youth and lessened their fear of the police and other repressive institutions.
Project: Resistance
From The Resistance Movement, 20 November 1998. Belgrade University (BU) students and professors in the first phase. And in the near future, a large number of Serbian citizens whose common interest is to resist the repressive behavior imposed by Milosevic, especially in the area of academic freedom, freedom of thought and speech (independent media) as well as human and citizen rights (general political liberalization of society).
Political Crisis in Serbia
BETAWEEK, 8 July 1999. Serbia's political crisis strongly accelerated at the beginning of this week, and, to all appearances, the momentum it gained could weaken further the positions of the ruling left and Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
Serbia's Fragmented Opposition Close Ranks
By Vesna Peric-Zimonjic, IPS, 11 January 2000. Serbia's fragmented opposition parties have closed ranks in an attempt to topple the regime of Slobodan Milosevic, in office since 1990. The ruling coalition in Serbia, made up of President Milosevic's Socialists, his wife's JUL and ultranationalist Serbian Radical Party of Vojislav Seselj, claim that the situation in the country is normal.
Reign of Terror in Serbia
Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), EmperorsClothes, 7 October 2000. Despite Mr. Kostunica's public proclamation that his supporters wouldn’t harass members and sympathizers of the SPS, in the last three days, in Belgrade and throughout Serbia, we’ve witnessed a reign of terror.
Proclamation of the Socialist Party of Serbia
The Socialist Party of Serbia, Belgrade, 29 June 2001. Citizens of Serbia are embittered by the treason committed by the DOS regime headed by the Djindjic. Long time President of the Republic of Serbia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, founder and Chairman of the Socialist Party of Serbia, Slobodan Milosevic was abducted and surrendered into the hands of NATO war criminals.