Student protests 26 years ago in Belgrade

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on January 30th, 2023 under Events | No Comments »

Twenty six years ago I was part of the student protests  in Belgrade as a reaction to theft in local elections in Serbia, during Slobodan Milosevic rule. As a young reporter for Dnevni Telegraf (at that time not yet banned by SPS, SPS, SRS and Jul) in Kolarceva street. Reuters photo. Milosevic was forced to bring the Lex Specialis only after 3 months of demonstrations and the EU’s reaction to that theft.

Now it has been twenty two years since the formation of the first democratic post-October 5 Government in which Dr. Zoran Đinđić was elected as Prime Minister. Even today, I am proud that I was part of that idea. After two years in the Dnevni Telegraf  independent newspaper, my law professor Gaso Knezevic invited me to be his chief of staff in the Ministry of Higher Education in the Transitional Government, and later in the Ministry of Education and Sports. In September 2002, at the invitation of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, I went to his cabinet as the director of the Center for Strategic Communications of the Government. After two months of conflict with Beba Popovic, I returned to the Ministry of Education and worked in the ministry until May 2003.

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