30 Dec Three Freedoms Under the Magnifying Glass: December 17-30, 2021

Belgrade, December 30, 2021-

 

Violations of basic freedoms in Serbia

December 17-30, 2021

 

The past two weeks have been very difficult for freedom of expression, assembly and association in Serbia.

In the town of Sabac, “arrest warrants” were issued with the faces of a journalist, a lawyer and a minor, while N1 journalist Milan Nikic was verbally attacked while reporting from a session of the local parliament in Batocina. The Security Information Agency stopped and interrogated regional peace activist Adriatik Kelmendi again, the Pride Info Center was attacked for the 12th time in a row, and NewsMax Adria journalists were disrupted while reporting from the House of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia.

The Mayor of Bujanovac, Nagip Arifi, threatened the local media Bujanovacke that they would be banned from reporting on the sessions of the local municipal council, while one journalist and activist from Senta was charged with holding an unreported public gathering, for which she faces a fine ranging from 100,000 to 150,000 dinars. .

You can read more about these cases, but also many others that marked the previous two weeks, by clicking on the link below:

 

cases of violations of basic human rights in Serbia December 17-30, 2021

 

You can see all previous reviews here.

* The dynamics of publishing the report will depend on the current situation.